Simple Thoughts (Technology) – Newsletter for January 1, 2011

Kate Middleton's pal questioned over 'shooting illegal immigrants' joke

LONDON - Kate Middleton’s friend was called in for questioning after she joked about ’shooting illegal immigrants’ on Facebook. Events organiser Emma Sayle, who became friends with Kate after persuading her to sign up for a charity boat race in 2007, was questioned over her comments on Facebook. The 32-year-old socialite had posted a message saying: “Just ... Read more »»».

Simple Thoughts (Technology) – Newsletter for December 31, 2010

Now, China makes Skype illegal

SHANGHAI - China has the use of the popular internet telephony service, Skype, illegal.Websites such as Facebook, Twitter and Youtube are already blocked in China and Google closed down its Chinese servers last year. The state-run People’s Daily reported on Thursday that all internet phone calls are to be banned apart from those made over two ... Original article on : Now, China makes Skype illegal.

Simple Thoughts (Technology) – Newsletter for December 28, 2010

Now, Palin claims her record-setting 'refudiate' gaffe was only a typo

WASHINGTON - In July, Sarah Palin hit the headlines when she compared herself to William Shakespeare, the literary giant who also created words, after coining a word ‘refudiate’ on Twitter. However, the former Alaska Governor claimed on a recent episode of her reality show ‘Sarah Palin’s Alaska’ that the word was just a simple typing error, ... Read more >>.

Simple Thoughts (Technology) – Newsletter for December 25, 2010

Santa Tracker Activation - A Great Christmas Gift

LOS ANGELES, (GaeaTimes) A great gift for Christmas! North American Aerospace Defense Command once again activates The 2010 Santa Tracker service. With this children are able to track their very favorite Father Christmas. It took place way back in 1955. There was a department store ad that wanted to provide children with the facility .... Source  : Gaea News Network.

Simple Thoughts (Technology) – Newsletter for December 24, 2010

UK council workers visit Facebook more than their own website!

LONDON - A secret audit report has revealed that council staff in UK spends majority of their time online surfing Facebook instead of their own website. eBay, Yahoo, gaming website and BBC news were the other top sites workers at Waverley Borough Council surf through the day. The authors estimated that the cost of the .... Original source  : UK council workers visit Facebook more than their own website!.

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