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-An Excuse to Regulate and Control Blogging?

Saturday, July 24th, 2010

Here’s a couple of CNN hosts discussing the possibility of regulating and controlling the Internet and particularly blogging. Response: An over-the-top response to the ‘Sherrod incident’. Many in government and the MSM would love to control the Internet. It has become the ‘wild west’ when it comes to ‘free speech’ and an alternate source of […]

-Jesus Statue Destroyed by an Act of God?

Thursday, June 17th, 2010

(Image via Wikipedia) The story has become viral on the Internet. A six story 62 Foot high statue of Jesus was hit by lightning and destroyed by fire Monday night. The atheists are having fun with the ‘act of God’ part of the story. Then there are a large number of  Muslims who claim that […]

-Pakistan is Blocking Facebook Page on Mohammed

Wednesday, May 19th, 2010

(Image via Wikipedia) Pakistan is currently blocking the popular Facebook page:  “Everybody Draw Mohammed Day!” The page is encouraging Facebook users to post their own images of the prophet on May 20. The site was put up as a protest against radical Muslims who threatened the creators of “South Park” for depicting Muhammad in an […]

-Buy a Game and Sell Your Soul?

Monday, April 19th, 2010

(Image by Great Beyond via Flickr) A British computer game retailer says that it now owns ‘the souls’ of 7,500 online customers. The company inserted the following  “immortal soul clause” into their terms and conditions contract: “By placing an order via this Web site on the first day of the fourth month of the year […]

-FCC Wants to Regulate The Internet? Does this Raise Flags for Anyone?

Saturday, October 24th, 2009

Image via Wikipedia The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) voted 5-0 on Thursday to begin proceedings on formulating new Internet regulations. The pretense for FCC involvement revolves around a concern for providing some kind of so-called ‘net neutrality rules’ to even the playing field for different ISP providers. However, some are concerned that this is like […]

-BlogWorld & New Media Expo 2009, Las Vegas

Friday, October 16th, 2009

I am in Las Vegas today and will be attending some of the BlogWorld events—the Keynotes for sure and the Exhibit floor. However, unfortunately I am also here on business so have a couple of things that I must do for my regular job also. I look forward to the encouragement and new stuff I […]