Bringing My Blog Back to Life

Wow, it’s been a long time since I’ve made any new entries, my statistics have completely flat-lined.

I apologize for my silence, things have been a bit crazy and I was suffering from a critical case of Writer’s Block. 39 more words


How I See Myself As a Reader

I spend about a fourth of my day on my computer throughout the school year. Most of the hours logged are on writing a paper or reading both junk news and serious news online. 766 more words

Microsoft Debuts Sway

Microsoft Debuts Sway Platform for Creating Projects Online.

Looking forward to trying this out. In the near future it might be a great alternative to boring Power Point presentations and overcomplicated Prezi’s.

Digital Startups

Protecting Online Privacy

Since 9/11, the surveillance of individuals (both foreign and domestic born)  has become a major factor in national security. After 13 years, it seems that we are no safer than before the 9/11 attacks, and the current surveillance tactics conducted by organizations like the National Security Agency (NSA) only  cause indignation from the public towards the government. 659 more words


Internet Usage in Cyber Café and Human Sustainability in Kedah

Noraniza Yusoff

School of Government

UUM College of Law, Government and International Studies (UUM COLGIS)

06010 UUM Sintok, Kedah Darul Aman, Malaysia



The Internet has developed into a vital element of their usual community and commerce living. 1,656 more words

Articles On Social Studies

Deleting Facebook

During this age and time of the internet, most people tend to have a Facebook (there will even be the occasional person with two or three accounts), and thus naturally, most people tend to react in shock when someone mentions the possibility of deleting their Facebook. 1,109 more words