Marco Travaglio – L’informazione delle denunce anonime (Journalism through anonymous letters)

Babel fish - A mental interface between Sir Arthur's sensibility and the events from the outer world. And for all the rest, too Why they feel so comfortable, boss Berlusconi’s servants, about being so shamelessly servants and prone to any of his mood/desire/degenerate synaptic path? Really I can’t understand, at least until I struggle to start from the idea that the aforementioned servants are persuaded about the fact that they need to line up with the strongest to survive, because being too much weak to be humans they prefer to be worms and squelch through shit for their entire life rather than facing reality for what it is.

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Naruto: Shipp┼źden episode 124 – Art

Babel fish - A mental interface between Sir Arthur's sensibility and the events from the outer world. And for all the rest, too Hum, I thought the fight between Sasuke and the crazy bomber Deidara would have ended up less quickly, conversely after just two episodes one has the occasion to see the Akatsuki member tearing down some kilometers in the attempt to kill the Uchiha ­čśÇ It’s not so bad, anyway, actually the true meat (that is the clash between Sasuke and his elder brother Itachi, and the important revelations that will follow) is still to come… For more information: AnimeCrazy.net (alternative hosting); Episodes list on Wikipedia; Naruto on Sir Arthur’s Den.

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Why The Fool blocks Google Safe-Browsing

News - A succession of fresh, quality news, from inside and outside of the Web The Fool is an Italian start-up founded by Matteo Flora, a security consultant known for having helped Silvio Berlusconi’s Mediaset to put together the data required to bring a 500 million euros lawsuit against Google and YouTube in July 2008. On the blog of FoolDNS, the main product offered by The Fool, the company has recently explained the reasons why Google Safe-Browsing is part of the service blacklist hence it is blocked for users and companies which use it.

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Marco Travaglio – Verit├á di Stato e verit├á di mafia (State truth and mafia truth)

Babel fish - A mental interface between Sir Arthur's sensibility and the events from the outer world. And for all the rest, too It’s true that sooner or later even the worst will have a limit, and that this devastated country will have to face the Truth of History, something that doesn’t air with the eight o’clock TV news and sees Silvio Berlusconi and his equals as the criminals that they are. Clarified this, I’m not that hopeful as Travaglio is on the possibility that someone of those who know will start to talk soon. Maybe it’s because currently I’ve lost a bit of the ability to imagine the future, but for what I can see by miself this dunghill of mafioso rulers could still go on for a long time.

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BlizzCon 2009, Diablo III gets the new Monk class

In Depth - A merciless lens pointed on the hot topics, passionate and detailed retrospectives, reflections beyond the appearances As it always did in the past few years, on August 21 and 22 developer Blizzard gathered players and reporters around BlizzCon, the event held at the Anaheim Convention Center during which the lucky attenders have had the opportunity to see in action (and try with their hands) the novelties from the three major franchises of the company. Regarding Diablo III, the new and long awaited chapter of the hack’n slash saga par excellence, Blizzard showed the forth of the five character classes available to the player, the Monk.

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The 5 all-time worst malware according to Trend Micro

News - A succession of fresh, quality news, from inside and outside of the WebTrend Micro, a Tokyo-based security enterprise with over 4,000 employees in more than 30 countries, has recently asked the experts from TrendLabs (its global research organization) to make an updated list of the worst computer plagues ever. The resulting list includes 5 noteworthy examples of widespread infections which represented, during their respective period of wider circulation, the most dangerous security threats users and companies could have faced.

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Naruto: Shipp┼źden episode 123 – Clash!

Babel fish - A mental interface between Sir Arthur's sensibility and the events from the outer world. And for all the rest, too Sasuke’s personal war against his elder brother Itachi is finally getting serious, and in the first clash with the Akatsuki (to which Itachi belongs) the renegade ninja of the Leaf must face Deidara, namely the crazy bomber maniac about art that is clearly predestined to a premature and not-so-pleasant end. The fight started in this episode will end during the next weeks, and considering that at this point of the story I only glanced at some spoiler about the manga I’m quite curious to see how this will evolve… For more information: AnimeCrazy.net (alternative hosting); Episodes list on Wikipedia; Naruto on Sir Arthur’s Den.

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New tricks for file viruses

News - A succession of fresh, quality news, from inside and outside of the WebFile viruses are only a small part of nowadays malicious code diversified landscape, and yet these ancient malware designed to infect legitimate software by parasitizing its executable routines continue, every now and then, to hit the headlines with news worth the attention. The latest couple of examples of this remarkable endurance ability affects an old but still popular development environment and the most known among CAD (Computer Aided Design) programs.

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Radiohead play with BitTorrent

News - A succession of fresh, quality news, from inside and outside of the WebAfter having experienced the largely unexplored territories of unhindered digital distribution thanks to In Rainbows, after having “shot” the entirely digital video clip from House of Cards, Radiohead continue to seek alternative ways to reach fans and innovate the music market by releasing their latest song on the BitTorrent P2P network.

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Finally the upgrade to Firefox 3(.5.2)

In Depth - A merciless lens pointed on the hot topics, passionate and detailed retrospectives, reflections beyond the appearances Good things need time, I wrote in July 2008. For the upgrade of my Firefox installation to the last version available it took more than a year, hence instead of release 3.0 now I have a shiny Firefox 3.5.2 on the screen, no remorse for the switch, some little lack of intimacy with the minimal behavioural differences of the browser UI and so much relief for the end of an installation, test and refining operation that stole me an entire weekend and this past Monday morning.

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