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Report about LinkedIn Reverse Domain Name Hijacking Case on “For Immediate Release” Podcast

The reverse domain name hijacking case involving LinkedIn, Inc.’s attempt to take over control of the Indian domain name linked.in has been reported on several blogs and other news websites (see, e.g., “Does LinkedIn Want to Occupy Your Website?“). Now … Continue reading
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Words are not magical, so you can save the effort of trying to come with an incantation that might change the world — because it won’t

Don’t get me wrong: Words are definitely powerful — but they are primarily significant insofar as they “call to action“… and since they are not magical, they also do not change the world. If you want to change the world, … Continue reading Continue reading

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We are so lucky that we live in the information age — this means we can look up the definitions of words like “embassy” without having to crack a book! :)

e.g. on wikipedia:
A diplomatic mission is a group of people from one state or an international inter-governmental organisation (such as the United Nations) present in another state to represent the sending state/organisation in the receiving state.

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In the beginning was the Word — and the word was either “chicken” or “egg”

Before there were 4-letter words, there were sounds and grunts, moans and groans, various degrees of articulation. At some point, writing came along. More recently: print, publishing, and now media channels. I was chatting with a friend the other day … Continue reading
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