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Post 29: What would Jimi and George have thought?

My colleague Ella sent me this interesting link the other day about Led Zeppelin who are about to unveil two previously unreleased albums of music. Apparently Jimmy Page has said he doesn’t want someone else to do it after he dies. 223 more words


Putin: Internet Is a 'CIA project'

Russia’s Putin calls the Internet a ‘CIA project’.

He thinks it should be a KGB project.

“The Kremlin has been anxious to exert greater control over the Internet, which opposition activists — barred from national television — have used to promote their ideas and organize protests. 45 more words


Privacy No More


I feel violated, my privacy intruded upon.
Never had I imagined our relationship
would come to this point.
How did you become so jealous,

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Poetry, Art, And Other Writing

Panoramic Views, Privacy And Artwork Above Stuttgart: The Vista Residence

North of Stuttgart, overlooking the city from an impressive perspective, the present day Vista Property gives views from 3 ranges. Reached by means of a southern access street foremost to the garage, this dream residence belongs to an ar2rk loving couple. 10 more words

If You are Online, Someone is Tracking You

No online space should be considered safe. Internet service and phone providers, media research firms, online stores, Amazon, Google, Facebook, Twitter, the NSA, are tracking your online activity. 235 more words


Parents win against cloud storage of US students' private information

People are a little touchy about data collection nowadays.

They were most certainly touchy about inBloom, a non-profit that was offering to house and manage student data for public school districts across the US by extracting a dizzying array of information – we’re talking 400 data fields – from disparate school databases as well as from new, optional, sometimes intrusive categories that inBloom also offered. 729 more words