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Microsoft just copycat other company's.
If you don't innovate you imitate.
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Notice anything strange about Microsoft's new social network So.cl?

"The So.cl search experience is powered by Bing; we use the public Bing APIs to display search result data. As students work together, they often look for the same content, and discover new shared interests by sharing results. These results can be web pages, images, or videos found through Bing. We see this trend today on many social networks, such as Twitter, where shared links spread virally and amplify popular content." via: www.so.cl/about/faq
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اللواء ممدوح شاهين مسؤول الشؤون القانونية في المجلس العسكري صرح في حوار مع منى الشاذلي إن خارطة الطريق بكل وضوح هي انتخابات البرلمان والشورى ثم انتخاب الرئيس ثم كتابة الدستور، ومنى الشاذلي سألته يعني المجلس العسكري مش هيكون موجود أثناء كتابة الدستور فقال لها طبعا لأن المجلس عايز تسليم السلطة لرئيس وبرلمان ثم يأخذ الدستور وقته وللأسف الكلام ده حاليا اتغير والمجلس بقه مُصر على كتابة الدستور قبل انتخابات الرئاسة.
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الواد دة معجزة, و احلى حاجة انة عمل موسيقى عربى فى الاخر.
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In the wake of last week's online uprising against SOPA/PIPA... now what?
I'm seeing signs of a new willingness from tech leaders to not just engage Washington the old-fashioned way (by expanding their expenditures on lobbying and campaign donations) but by also addressing the underlying "pay-to-play" system that made it almost possible for one industry, the entertainment sector, to use legislation to impose its will on another industry, the Internet sector. Grassroots activists clearly are pressing in this direction. On the other hand, there's also clearly some reticence on the part of tech leaders to get more political or to take a more systemic approach.

To what degree should the Internet (that is, the people and institutions who care about its values of openness and sharing) take on fixing our dysfunctional political system, if that system is going to keep on generating threats to the Internet's existence?

Included in this blog from +Micah Sifry is a link to +Joel Spolsky's G+post that received over 3,000 +1's nd 2,000 shares, and it's also here at http://goo.gl/F5Qic

We are fortunate to have a broad cross-section of G+ people following our page, and we look forward to everyone's input on this vital question: Now what?
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Things you need to know about ACTA #acta


ACTA is the Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement. A new intellectual property enforcement treaty being negotiated by the United States, the European Community, Switzerland, and Japan, with Australia, the Republic of Korea, New Zealand, Mexico, Jordan, Morocco, Singapore, the United Arab Emirates, and Canada recently announcing that they will join in as well.

Why should you care about ACTA? Initial reports indicate that the treaty will have a very broad scope and will involve new tools targeting “Internet distribution and information technology.”


Even if your country is not listed above you should care because this will spread worldwide after it passes and even if your country doesn't sign it will indirectly affect you.

1) ACTA isn't the European SOPA. Its nearly Global, and will apply to every country that signs the treaty.

2) ACTA is far more aggressive. ACTA will not simply affect websites and have them blocked out of the internet - it's measures go as far as to surveillance of anything you share through private channels.

3) ACTA doesn't have a campaign against it that is as widespread and organized as SOPA. This is DANGEROUS, as there is less time between now and the final signing of ACTA.

4) ACTA has effects on healthcare, trade and even tourism.

The biggest problem right now is that your ISP's (Internet Service Providers) can report you for anything that "could" be copyright infringement and they will monitor you constantly.

- ISPS will now watch what you download, and tattle on you if you download a music track/ any data / rapidshares / torrents etc.
- ISPS will tattle on you, when you do anything which goes against "Governments policy".
- ISPS will be able to document and store EVERYTHING you do online. nothing will ever be private again

What this all means for you is no privacy whatsoever

Say NO to ACTA. It is essential to spread awareness and get the word out on ACTA.
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