I saw the video of this a few months ago. Imagine an entire two-hour Olympics opening ceremony being performed, live, for some dude in a beard and a jacket from an Internet magazine that nobody's ever heard of. It's a symbol of how completely disconnected from reality this country is.
I've been binging on DPRK-related media for the last few weeks, and everything I learn about the place is completely horrifying, and (therefore) fascinating.
(Make sure to read all the way to the end.)
1. Go get this extension to change cookies. http://goo.gl/CeKtT
2. Load Google.com and right-click to edit the cookies.
3. Change "PREF" to this:
4. Don't forget to save your changes at the bottom.
5. Reload and you have the new Google bar.
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to provide food, shelter,clothing, education, and health care more efficiently?
Wouldn't efforts be better spent solving the problem than complaining about it?
- The World & I OnlineWeb Design & Program Developer, 2012 - present
- RainmeterDeveloper, 2009 - 2013
Michael Engard is a writer, web designer and political activist. Kaelri is his pseudonym. He is active in the areas of Internet technology, graphical user interface design, and digital rights as they apply to American and international society. In addition to his freelance writing on this website, he has also guest written for the software and lifestyle blog Lifehacker.
He is best known for Enigma, a suite for the open-source Windows applet platform Rainmeter. To date, Enigma has been downloaded over 2 million times, has received accolades from Lifehacker, Computer Bild and Windows Vista Magazine, and was selected as Rainmeter's first "featured suite" to be bundled with the program installer as a default option for users. He continues to serve as a project developer for Rainmeter.
He is currently the webmaster of Everfalls (formerly The Loréan Library), where, since 2002, he has participated in a series of multimedia roleplaying projects with challenging philosophical, political and literary themes. He has logged over 30 months as a project director, and is now assisting with the novel adaptation of the recently-completed White Rose campaign.
Born in Rochester, New York in 1989, Michael has attended Victoria College in the University of Toronto, and will soon join the University of Rochester to complete his degree in international relations.
- University of TorontoInternational Relations, 2007 - 2009
- Arcadia High School2004 - 2007