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Police slog through 40'000 insipid party pics to find cause of fire

This is too good..! NYPD my word... :) Check it out

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Total Domination

Freeflux, we own you ;-)

Freeflux.net total Domination

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Freeflux Worldwide

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This is an interesting looking freeflux blog, - I wonder what it's about - or even what language this is :)
nangla-maachi.freeflux.net

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Liip win Gold / Master of Swiss Web 2009

I only work here since a month and its already paying off ;-)
Liip are Master of Swiss Web 2009, winning 1 x bronze, 2 x silver and 1 x gold, culminating in the Master title :-)

Congratulations to everyone working at Liip and especially Marc for his wicked iPhone App Transport (formerly known as GottaGo)!

transport iphone app

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Firefox 3 sort bookmarks plugin

Finally took a moment to find a solution to sort my bookmarks in Firefox. I found a quick and good solution in
SortPlaces 1.4.0 by Andy Halford. What a relief! All sorted with one click. Thanks Andy!

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The Internet's Submarine Cable System

The Süddeutsche Newspaper last week ran an interesting article on defective cables that cut off Asia from the Internet. It was likely a ships anchor which went down where it wasn't expected and tore through three essential cables. 95% of the worlds data is pumped through sea cables. One such fiber optic cable is less than 2 cm thick. Its core holds a bundle of fiber glass cables, each thinner than a human hair. A pair of those apparently carries one terabyte of data per second. The cables are wrapped in layers of copper, plastics and steel mesh. Special ships are used to lay those cables on the bottom of the sea. In many places around the globe, there's repair ships on hold to go out and fix damaged cables. The current damage was in the Mediterranean sea and the cable ship Raymond Croze belonging to France Télécom went to fix the cables with the remote controlled submarine robot "Hector". Read more on BBC NEWS

The Guardian earlier posted a good graphic impression of the world's submarine Internet cables:

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Minipixel ist fantastisch

hungernde tiere

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Facebook: his or her's?

Which example applies to you?!!!!?!!! :-)

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Youtube: embed valid XHTML in Flux CMS

The code Youtube generates for embedding videos in your own site or blog is not valid XHTML. This can cause problems with sites or blogs that require valid XHTML code, such as Freeflux.net. There's a handy online generator for making Youtube code valid on www.tools4noobs.com to solve this problem.

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Fujiyama Webcam out of order

The Fujiyama webcam doesn't seem to be working properly currently, so I removed it temporarily... We miss it though!

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