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Internet – who can live without? If I find something incredibly interesting, I will blog about it.

Chinabounder is back.

First of all, don’t get me wrong, I absolutely don’t agree with Chinabounder’s way of dealing with women; I come from a big family, and if I knew that some guy like him was hitting on one of my family members, I’d make sure he would not be able to hit anything ever again. But what I like are people who talk out, people who swim against the stream, as we say in Germany. It’s more then fascinating what kind of waves his ‘Sex and Shanghai / ????‘ blog created. After getting quite famous, a chinese professor named Zhang Jiehai started mobilizing users all around China to ‘find him and to kick him out of China’. A professor of Psychology. That’s like a shrink starting to beat his patients, is it not? He takes on him in his post ‘A tale told by an idiot, full of sound and fury, signifying nothing.‘ That post is already quite a few months old, but recently he published the post ‘A new girl‘, where he starts to blame the chinese media of focusing on the absolutely wrong topics. What he writes there has quite some truth, while a lot is exaggerated, a lot […]

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Daaaaaaaaaamn!

Another earthquake off Taiwan has further hindered the repair work of the damaged undersea communication cables, extending the schedule by at least 15 days. Workers found more damage to the thin cable lines after an earthquake measuring 5.2 on the Richter scale shook the sea around the island at 11:13am on Wednesday, Shanghai Securities News said today.

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digg life cycle explanation.

Stan Schroeder from ‘franticindustries’ explains the digg story life cycle in a post: Many people think that getting on the front page of Digg is pure luck…. Never will your story be alone, unattended, and unseen: from the first second itís submitted and throughout the entire next day, Digg automatically does whatever it can to expose it to people who might find it interesting.

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