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The Finger Policy

I love MG Siegler, because there is constantly something happening to him, there's a hive of life around him.

This time he happened to expose a weird Google offensive content policy, as the profile picture of him, giving the world his middle finger, was deleted by Google without any notification. H... (read more)


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Combat Ponies

To be honest, I've never been a fan of Warcraft. This franchise is alright, it has all the components a successful franchise needs: a thrilling (and on the later stages hardly understandale) plot, a huge selection of playable races, cutie orcs, and totally brilliant goblins.

But I don't love it any... (read more)


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Perry's Logic

Most of us, men, are a often a bit sexist when we accuse women of the absence of logic. To be more precise, we accuse them of a very strange. somewhat (very much) distorted logic. But that has proven to be obe big mistake: women are perfectly logical creatures who never make illogical inferences… in... (read more)


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Twitter Hacked... by a Kazakh?

Don't take me for a racist or something of the kind. I just don't know anything about Kazakhstan, except that it is the motherland of Borat, who is actually a nice British comedian, and that… that… And that's it.

But tell me, how on Earth did he manage to make this tweet?

According to experts,... (read more)


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You're Not Alone

I finally don't feel marginalized any more. You know, I used to feel so lonesome: I thought if I expressed my opinion openly, all colleagues woulf think me weird if not mad.


But MG Siegler published his article about his 'app fatigue': he rightly points out there are too many useless or almost useless apps.... (read more)


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Facebook doesn't want to lag behind Google+, which allegedly has no limitations of the post size: now your posts on Zuckerberg's site can be up to 63,206 characters large. This figure is not a random one. Bob Baldwin, a Facebook engineer: “I set the exact limit to something nerdy. Facebook … Face Bo... (read more)