Και εκεί που έχεις μόλις αναδημοσιεύσει ένα κείμενο που φαίνεται λογικό, έρχεται την αμέσως επόμενη μέρα, ο ίδιος ιστότοπος, να δικαιώσει αυτό που έχεις αναφέρει στην αναδημοσίευση· ότι, δηλαδή, η εποχή μας θα προσφέρει άφθονο υλικό στους ιστορικούς, οικονομικούς αναλυτές, κοινωνιολόγους και ψυχαναλυτές του μέλλοντος.
With reference to yesterday’s news that Chrome has caught up with Firefox and that they now hold roughly the same market share (both behind Microsoft’s Internet Explorer), I thought I would present the situation for exactly the same functionality, in Chrome, as the one described in my post on 10 + 2 favourite Firefox addons. You may find all the extensions mentioned here, at the Chrome Web Store.
I’ve tried almost all browsers available, and my favourites are Google Chrome and Mozilla Firefox. In this post I’ll list the Firefox addons that I consider indispensable, and which are the reason I stick with Firefox, most of the time!
By Lynn Parramore, New Deal 2.0
Posted on January 4, 2011, Printed on January 6, 2011
The degree of civilization in a society can be judged by entering its prisons. ~Fyodor Dostoevsky
In the earliest days of our Republic, a group of well-meaning Philadelphia Quakers set out to reform the prison system. The idea was to remove convicts from the mayhem and corruption of overcrowded jails to solitary cells where sinners would return to mental and spiritual health through reflection. In the Walnut Street Jail, no windows would distract the prisoners with street life; no conversation would disturb their penitence. Alone with God, they would be rehabilitated.
6 Companies That Haven’t Wussed Out of Working with WikiLeaks
As more and more companies bend under government pressure, a few are standing up for the site.
December 10, 2010
Giants like PayPal, Amazon.com, Visa and MasterCard almost instantly crumbled under government (and p.r.) pressure to drop WikiLeaks, depriving the site of vital funding sources and online platforms. But other companies, some of them small, independent start-ups, have decided to risk the wrath of Joe Lieberman, the State Department, and their European counterparts and help keep WikiLeaks afloat by providing funding sources (yeah, you can now donate to WikiLeaks even if you only have Visa or MasterCard.) and hosting the site. Here’s a list of companies that have stood by WikiLeaks: