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After a few 'unwanted and unnecessary e-mails I'm sorry, but to place a comment you will now have to become a 'FOLLOWER" - People can be and are nasty creatures.
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Due to poor health, I have decided to use this site mainly, and the site below for some of my postings....just click on it and choose the article to read from the list!
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I'm to be found on 'Facebook' as 'Ian Mitchell' and......
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A General link - choose from various radio news stations in English....
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Or in French:
Or in German.....

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Come and take a little trip with me - through my life and with a few other people as well.....You can listen to the music if you don't like the photos....!
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Saturday, January 16, 2010

Internet - TOOL OF THE DEVIL.....!

http://googleblog.blogspot.com/

I published a little article the other day on the Weblogsite "Vauvertvillage", in French, which concerned the still present attitude of lots of people towards the Internet, Google, Web, PC's and anything similar.
Paedophilie, frauds, swindles, sex, violence - all the Devil's work.....!
No doubt these people will still carry on in the same vein over the rest of the year, they don't know any better, but it's interesting to see what advances have been made, and are continuing to be made in the subject.
The people described above "overlook" the little unobtrusive logo on their TV screens, "Google Earth" and even a similar Microsoft product, during the news programmes, and they just profit from the free aerial photos of all sorts.
Here is a link to give you an idea of what, in particular, Google are doing - socially, and if it's the Devil's work, then hell must have changed.....!
Have a look - just click the link or the title. Here's a little bit to start you off:

The Official Google Blog - Insights from Googlers into our products, technology and the Google culture

Staying connected in post-earthquake Haiti

1/15/2010 05:26:00 PM
With relief efforts underway, many displaced Haitians and their friends and families around the world are deeply concerned about the safety and whereabouts of loved ones. In response to the Haitian earthquake, a team of Googlers worked with the U.S. Department of State to create an online People Finder gadget so that people can submit information about missing persons and to search the database.



You'll find this gadget on our Haiti earthquake response website as well as on the State Department website. In order to prevent the proliferation of multiple missing persons databases (a big problem during Hurricane Katrina), we've made the People Finder gadget standards-based and easily embeddable on any website (see here for instructions). The gadget is currently available in English, French and Creole.
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So there you are - just click on the link to see more......

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