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Rolling Stone article, dealing with IT Geek Culture, Open Source games, community computer projects, Online music sharing and Tablet computers. Written in 1972!
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New blog post, Land of lost clicks.
Google tracks clicks from a search page. It does this with a little redirect so any time you click a result from a search page it knows what is clicked on. Because it uses a http redirect you know tha...
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Highlights from Consultation on snoopers charter with MS, Google and Yahoo.

"Sarah Hunter: From the Google perspective, Charles Farr’s characterisation of the conversation is not one that I recognise. Actually, in our meeting with the Home Office, we questioned some of the technical measures in the Bill, such as the request filter. I do not think that we agreed, shall I say, on its feasibility."


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Q585 Lord Jones: Do you have many bust-ups? I mean: have you had distinguished cases on this?
Stephen Collins: With law enforcement?
Lord Jones: Yes.
Stephen Collins: [REDACTED]
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Sarah Hunter: ...For a British start-up, this Bill might put huge and unwieldy obligations upon them, such that it would put you off starting up a business. If you felt that you had to not only retain user data but potentially ask for extra data that you would not necessarily want to ask for, and then have it available to law enforcement, that is a significant cost. I think it would be very harmful to the competition within our sector.

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Stephen Collins [MS]:... I do not want to exaggerate too much but there is a whole host of reasons, when one is involved in a start-up, for siting a company in a particular country. One of those that is taken very seriously is the regulatory burden. There are also the questions of access to venture capital, the amount of red tape and the qualifications of the staff but, when you are a two, three, five or 10-man band, this is an important consideration. You simply cannot tie up capital in unnecessary regulatory compliance when you can go to another market...
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Sarah Hunter: From Google’s perspective, all of the Gmail traffic is encrypted by default and we are pretty confident about the quality of that encryption. It could be stored, but whether it could be read is another matter.
Stephen Collins: From the Microsoft perspective, all Skype traffic is encrypted, and increasingly encryption is being rolled out to enhance user privacy and security across the so-called Microsoft Live ID services, which include Hotmail. We would be in a similar position to Google, so presumably the data stream could be captured but there is nothing intelligible there.
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Stephen Collins: ... The key point is that our services cannot be made to look like telephony. We need better educated and trained police men and women.
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I'm thinking of getting a new Anrioid phone. I really don't like the idea of giving money to Micro$oft for an open source product. Is there any manufacturer who has not sold out to the Microsoft patent extortion?

If not I may go with Samsung, at least they are extorting back.
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Many websites serve users from around the world, with content that's translated, or targeted to users in a certain region. The rel="alternate" hreflang="x" annotations help Google serve the correct la...
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    Web Developer, 2013 - present
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Good range of toys. Decent baby section at the back.
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Does what you would expect. Screens are good, but not state of the art. Food is a bit pricy. Staff can be very helpful though which is nice.
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This is a great park for children. The playground is well equipped. There is a track for bike and scooter riding. Outside of the playground there is a little pond and grotto and some woodland. I believe there is a skate park but haven't seen it. The down side is if you don't live locally it isn't easy to get to. Driving is not well marked and parking is tricky. It can be walked in about ten minutes from High Brooms station, but the route is not obvious.
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It's Argos. Not a bad one.
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Fantastic park. Playground includes mini golf and table tennis. There are tennis courts, an outdoor gym and public bowling green.
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It is badly dated. Can get very congested trying to get in and out. Support beams cut isles in half making it hard to navigate. The layout and range of product seems below par for this size of store.
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