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Sunday, 29 October 2006
More on censorship
Topic: Techie News

Amnesty International are concerned about heavily-censored bloggers worldwide and have released details of tools to help spread the word...

Find out more here

Posted by idontbuy at 10:28 PM GMT
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The Ultimate Upgrade?
Topic: Random thoughts
Ever thought just how closely technology and science seem to be blurring together these days? This business is looking to make the ultimate upgrade - but are you compatible?

Posted by idontbuy at 10:20 PM GMT
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How Web savvy are you?
Topic: Information Literacy
The November Learning blog has a very useful quiz that could help you find out. Try it here.

Posted by idontbuy at 10:15 PM GMT
Updated: Sunday, 29 October 2006 10:19 PM GMT
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Google digs heels in re Chinese censorship
Topic: Techie News
It's no secret that Google has been criticised for censoring search results in China, but today's Observer reports that the top search engine shows no sign of relenting.

Posted by idontbuy at 10:07 PM GMT
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US military bloggers under fire
Topic: Techie News

Going back to the days of 'Careless Talk costs Lives', US military personnel are being given the task of reviewing official and unofficial web pages re. Iraq.

More on that here.

Posted by idontbuy at 10:03 PM GMT
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Dilbert Creator 'hacks' own brain
Topic: Science vs Technology

Having suffered for 18 months from a condition that caused him to lose his voice, cartoonist Scott Adams has used a number of techniques to teach himself to talk again.

... According to Wired News, that is.  

Responses to the story have been somewhat cynical, but I'll let you see it for yourself.

You can also read Adams' own accounts of this here.

Haven't got the hang of adding other people's RSS feeds to my blog yet so forgive the archaic method of disseminating information. 


Posted by idontbuy at 10:01 PM GMT
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