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The online El Dorado

I’ve been lurking some forums for years and I’ve seen all sorts of people, websites and projects come and go. The majority of those willing to start an online project are motivated by the fact that others could do it and after doing it they are living a fancy life financed only by a handful

That moment when…

…a┬ácommon sense worldwide cause becomes a personal vendetta! I’ve been a fan of the Wikileaks ever since it’s launch and considered it as a reference movement for our times. However the statements made by Julian Assange lately have left a really bad taste, given the fact that nearly everything he said about the latest releases

Always read the fine print

It’s funny how all the shit Yahoo! has been keeping under the carpet is coming out now, after Verizon has purchased it. I wonder if, when talking business the folks at Verizon took into consideration that their binding contract might also include a fine print that they didn’t actually understand or that they didn’t bother

Datacenters on Street View

Google Street View may have been intended to document the streets from all over the world, but lately it has moved indoors and started to document famous buildings or locations that aren’t accessible to everyone. While scooping through my feed the other day I came a cross a video that shows one of Google’s datacenter’s