Friday, July 24, 2009

Exposed: Harvard Cop With Dirty Connections

Today Massachusetts reporters have uncovered a web of dirty connections to the Policemen that arrested respected Professor Gates.

Sergeant James M. Crowley had been no stranger to the dirty side of police corruption because he has often read novels of corruption in Los Angeles such as 'LA Confidential.'



Succkas. You just cannot wait for Crowley to be Palinized for opposing the One.





















..boston globe photo

Thursday, July 09, 2009

Blackberry Messenger : To and From

Did you ever try to search something and get stuck in a loop where the search turns up all one-way answers? Drives me nuts.

For example, and the case in point: I use internet messengers a lot (a heck of a lot). So to use all messenger clients, I use either Miranda-im.org or Meebo or Pidgin (linux). On these I have Hotmail, Yahoo, Facebook, ICQ and AIM and some have Gmail-chat and even Skype chat.

But now my good friend has told me he has messenger on Blackberry. So I am searching if the 'protocol' has been opened so that non-blackbery owners can communicate with blackberry owners. The search? See here: blackberry messenger protocol meebo

So, every search shows only how a blackberry owner can now use various messenger protocols to send from their blackberry device. NOT how a non-blackberry person can send TO a blackberry. Sure, you will say that is less interesting, hardly anyone would think that way. I disagree. There will be people looking to break the code. Skype said no to letting their protocol being used and finally they caved (I think this is the best way to put it, although I am not 100% sure).

So, if anyone has an answer to this, please contact me.

Dan

Wednesday, July 01, 2009

Openness and Transparency.

I really like this video. Watch how Helen Thomas shows her repulsion to the 'pre-packaged questions', calling a reporter the night before to brief him on questions. "I am amazed .. at you people that call for openness and transparency".

You people. Love that.




via Drudge

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