Tag Archives: Austria

Google Isn’t Evil, It’s Just Misunderstanding Me

By | February 15, 2007

Is Google evil? This video makes a convincing case. But I say: Not as much as it used to be, if my extensive research is anything to go by. In 2004 a friend of mine stopped using Google Mail (Gmail) when she emailed a friend about getting over her ex and how her kid still talked about him,… Read More »

An Idiot’s Guide To Prepaid GPRS

By | June 29, 2005

Further to my earlier post about GPRS traveling woes, I asked Syd Low of AlienCamel to offer his thoughts on the subject. He’s something of an old hand at the game. For the last two years I’ve gone “on the road” to the Alps. My journey goes through Asia, then Switzerland and finally Austria. In 2004 I had a… Read More »

News: Baghdad Blogger…. The Book

By | September 22, 2003

 Salam Pax, the Baghdad Blogger, is bringing out a book. From the blurb: “Not a supporter of Saddam, Salam Pax recorded in his online journal the anticipation, resentment, amusement, and sheer terror he felt as he witnessed the demise of a long dictatorship and the chaos that followed its destruction. In doing so, the pseudonymous 29-year-old Iraqi engineer… Read More »