Archive For The “Web” Category
What does the Internet mean for the kids who have grown up with it? Why the struggles for democracy are so intertwined with the fight for internet freedom? Slow-news-day.net would like to present a piece, which attempts to explain what and why. The original essay is called My, dzieci sieci and it’s written by Piotr Czerski, a Polish poet [...]
Remember the Danish caricatures of Prophet Mohammed and all the commotion they stirred? It started in the Fall of 2005. In Finland there was a little side episode in connection to the caricatures. The Finnish Government, headed by prime minister Matti Vanhanen, apologised to the Islamic world for the caricatures published by the Danish newspaper [...]
Anti-capitalist protesters have been demonstrating at Wall Street already for 13 days. The group of protesters gathered on September 17. “Occupy Wall Street” protests were inspired by the Arab Spring, particularly the protests in Cairo. Slow-news-day.net hasn’t found out any clear estimates on the number of protesters from the internet sources, but it would seem [...]
Life Before the Dinosaurs is a blog by Art, who’s seven years old. Art dictates the heavy paleontology stuff to his mom, who does the tedious work of typing.
There’s a new predator swimming in the waters of online music streaming, named Grooveshark. Similar to Pandora service offered in the US and Spotify that is only available in some European countries, Grooveshark is available around the world. The service launched in 2007 but after several development versions it began to grow rapidly during the [...]