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  1. Apple set to reveal iPhone launch date in UK – Telegraph.Co.UK

    Suspicions were aroused among journalists this week when the notoriously secretive company sent them an invitation to next week’s event, headed “Mum’s no longer the Word”.

  2. Korea sues Intel for unfair trade – TheAustralian.News.Com.AU

    In July the European Commission alleged that Intel offered chips below cost. The Silicon Valley company could face a fine in Europe of up to 10 per cent of its global annual revenues and in Korea of up to 3 per cent.

  3. Facebook breastfeeding flap – TheStar.Com

    Breastfeeding activists are emailing, posting and instant messaging their outrage. A new Facebook group set up to petition for a change in site policy – called “Hey Facebook, breastfeeding is not obscene!” has more than 10,200 members.

  4. MP tries to ban water – New Zealand National news – NZHerald.Co.NZ

    Mrs Dean was caught in a hoax by an online blogger asking for her help in banning dihydrogen monoxide – the chemical name for H20. The blunder is a long-running hoax that seeks to trick gullible MPs into calling for the eradication of water.

  5. And now a blog on Bollywood in Finnish – ExpressIndia.Com

    Anu, who travelled to India for the first time about a decade ago, admits she does not understand Hindi. Mann, the Aamir Khan-Manisha Koirala starrer, was the first Indian movie she watched. She fell in love with the song and dance sequences.

  6. Wikipedia publishes 2-millionth article in English –

    Wikipedia, the sixth most visited network of Web sites worldwide behind commercial operators Google, Microsoft, Yahoo, Time Warner and eBay, is available in 250 languages. Combined, Wikipedia has published more than eight million articles.

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This was the competition entry from Mark McKay for the video contest at the 2007, Mesh Conference in Toronto that was held May 30 and 31, sorry found it to late to help him win.

from the YouTube page: There is this great conference coming up here in Toronto all about the future of social Media. It’s called the Mesh Conference and it is happening May 30 and 31. There are going to be all sorts of important people in the Web 2.0 scene there including Jim Buckmaster, CEO of Craigslist and Michael Arrington, founder of Tech Crunch, to name a few.

They are having a video contest about what Web 2.0 means to you. This is my entry and what it means to me. Enjoy. links for May 14, 2007 – US blocks soldiers from websites

  1. Military Blocks MySpace, YouTube, Pandora, Photobucket, Cites Limited Bandwidth – InformationWeek.Com

    The US military will block worldwide access to 13 Web sites because they strain network capabilities and present operational risks. Sites others are:, Live365 Internet Radio, hi5, Metacafe, MTV, ifilm, BlackPlanet, StupidVideos, and FileCabi.

  2. Pentagon Blocks YouTube on Computers – ABC News

    The move has raised concerns that servicemen in Iraq and Afghanistan would no longer be able to log in to these popular sites, sites that many soldiers use to document their experiences online. But soldiers have long had restrictions.

  3. Military will block YouTube, MySpace, IFilm overseas – Seattle Times Newspaper

    Soldiers serving overseas are losing some of their online links to friends and family back home under a Department of Defense policy that an Army official said formally takes effect on Monday, according to a memo sent Friday by Gen. B.B. Bell.

  4. US blocks soldiers from websites – BBC.CO.UK

    The US military is blocking troops from using certain websites for sharing photos, video clips and messages. A memo from General BB Bell, US Forces Korea commander, says 13 sites via US military portals will be blocked.

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If you don’t like having to bookmark the site’s you like then this may be the site for you. How not only can all your friend, and anybody really, see what site’s you like with service’s like, or sharing what software you are using with Wakoopa, you can now let everybody know every single mouse click you make when using the internet, well nearly, it won’t let people find out your passwords.

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What is Cluztr?

Cluztr is a FREE add-on for your web browser that lets you share your clickstream with your friends, meet new people and discover sites that relate to you, your friends and your interests.


  • Find out where your friends are online.
  • Follow friends and other users as they surf the web.
  • Discover the most popular places on the web based on real-time rankings of the web’s most active sites.


  • Broadcast where you are on the web and what you’re paying attention to.
  • Chat with people and leave messages on any website you visit.
  • Share and send links to your friends just like IMs or text messages.


  • Subscribe to your friend’s clickstream.
  • Get recommendations for great new sites based on your interests.
  • Meet people on the same web sites as you.
  • Enjoy the social hum of the web.

Go from solitary to social.

Browsing the web is a solitary experience even though there may be hundreds, even thousands, of people (including your friends!) looking at the same page or site as you. Cluztr allows you to experience the social side of the web by opening up the people, sites, and activity behind your browser.

Stop all the bookmarking.

Cluztr is a collection of browser histories – yours, your friend’s and everyone else’s. There’s no need to bookmark the sites you like, just browse the web and we will determine the sites and people that relate to you and your interests.

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Zimride – Never Drive Alone

Carpool and Rideshare 2.0

Have a car? Make money when you offer a ride. Don’t have a car? Find a ride on Zimride.

Zimride, the future of carpool and rideshare travel. Zimride makes carpooling and rideshare safer and easier by using your facebook account to find and post rides. Now you can know a little about a person before you share a ride with them. Discover if you have friends in common with another Zimride user, or find out that a friend of yours is offering a ride in your direction!

There are just some of the many social networks that are out there on the web. These are the one’s that I use, for some information on what the different sites offer have a look at my Social Site’s I Use page, which can also be found under Other Links.

If you know of any other interesting Social site’s please let me know via the comments, Thanks

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