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Issue #15 (Skip to the tools section below) Although we commonly think of Internet Explorer when we consider old browsers that prevent us from using certain features, this was, to some extent, also true of older versions of Firefox, before that browser began auto-updating.
I'm sorry but this is absolutely the stupidest argument I have ever heard in favor of privacy.
Mr. Greenwald: The reason people don't email you (or anyone else) their passwords is because they don't want you to steal their identity, or do stuff with their accounts that you shouldn't be doing (like, oh I don't know, sending an email pretending to be them?).
This talk has nothing to do with privacy.
I can't believe anyone would be taken in by this garbage.
(Don't get me wrong here, I'm not advocating government spying, I'm just saying this is not an argument in favour of privacy, this is just nonsense.)
A brand new study on the potential negative effects of a desk job. Here's a quote:
"A growing body of research is finding that sitting down for extended periods may be one of the most dangerous things we do and that the mere act of standing up - rather than doing physical exercise - is perhaps the best antidote."
I don't know if I have the technical ability to respond to that. Anyone have any thoughts/retorts?
But what about CNN, NBC, ABC, etc? I can't find a single mainstream North American-based news source that reports on these major findings with regards to soft drink intake.
Even BBC News doesn't seem to have anything on this.
It's pretty obvious that they're happy to report fluffy gossip and other irrelevancies, and are pressured to avoid stories like this that would be hurting their sponsors (i.e. the very ones making the poisonous drinks that are blasted in those articles).
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