More than a like

In the history of mankind, people have chosen various ways to express discontent against the prevailing social, political and economic regimes. Some have been covert in nature while others have been more overt like mass protests and destruction of public property. Nowadays, a new kind of activism is emerging through the internet. Many people, especially . . . → Read More: More than a like

Climbing up the ‘Like’ ladder

Firstly, I would like to assure my own Facebook friends that none of this intends to target an individual. And any resemblance is purely coincidental.

Secondly, this is written as a joke. The tactics mentioned might only be coming naturally to many, but even I have found a few odd and particularly effective.

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Wikileaks: Stratfor emails reveal low-grade intelligence on Iran

The leaked info from rent-a-spy agency Statfor both highlights the intel that Israeli forces wiped out Iran’s nuclear infrastructure – and casts doubts on the report’s validity.

According to Wikileaks founder Julian Assange, both Stratfor’s methods and the quality of their information gathering raise eyebrows. Speaking at a press conference in London, Assange drew attention . . . → Read More: Wikileaks: Stratfor emails reveal low-grade intelligence on Iran

Imagine a World Without Free Knowledge

“Ultimately, a right step in the wrong direction.”

Firstly, let’s not get emotional. There are many downsides to a World with free knowledge, for instance, infringement of intellectual property rights. Random Facebook users have been known to create pages like ‘Hotties of Pakistan’ with photographs only your friends were supposed to have access to and . . . → Read More: Imagine a World Without Free Knowledge