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Google: The Internet address in UK Out 2012

November 21, 2010 Leave a comment

Vint Cerf, Google’s vice president, said that Britain will run out of Internet addresses in 2012.

Cerf, who helped design the Internet as we know it today as a researcher at Stanford University, USA, noted, some IP addresses (internet protocol) is left to be allocated in the near future. That is, the addresses will be used up in around 2012.

Prediction will end the current IPv4 addresses are still used when he expressed Cerf spoke at the launch 6UK in England. For information, 6UK is a group that promotes the use of new Internet addressing system known as IPv6.

According to Cerf, IPv6 can accommodate 340 trillion addresses the Internet compared with a maximum of 4.3 billion Internet addresses are possible when using IPv4 technology.

“In theory, using IPv6, we will not run out of Internet addresses,” Cerf said, as quoted by the Guardian, 15 November 2010.

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Death Valeey Stones

November 21, 2010 Leave a comment

Ever heard of the mystery of the stone or rock slides run? Yes, walk into one of rock’s most interesting mysteries of Death Valley National Park, precisely in the dry lake Racetrack Playa, California, U.S.. Stone walk that can be found easily on the surface of the Playa with a long trail behind him.

How they can move or move is still a big mystery in the minds of the researchers. Because the stone that runs not only the small stones that easily blown by the wind. There are several large stones weighing hundreds of pounds which also “the streets”.

The big question, of course, will appear later: how to move their nominally? This is a major challenge for researchers. Why is this phenomenon a mystery? Because, no one has ever seen him walk.

To this day, the fact is no one or any one organization that knows how the stones could be on the move, although some people already have the explanation of each according to reason. Interesting to note.

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Dead Sea will be investigated by the Israeli

November 19, 2010 Leave a comment

Israeli researchers are conducting excavations under the Dead Sea. Sea of many told in history that stretched across three regions: Israel, Palestine and Jordan. The researchers were digging to trace the history of this earth during the last 500,000 years.

As reported by Telegraph.co.uk, these scientists have begun excavation by drilling far below the Dead Sea.

Drilling was conducted to examine the sediment layers millions of years old. Hopefully, the sediments that can give clues about many things, such as shifting weather patterns, seismic activity and climate change in his day.

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China Punish Spreader Message on Twitter

November 19, 2010 Leave a comment

Chinese authorities sentenced a woman to confine him in a labor camp for a year. The mistake is unique, he proved to spread a provocative message through Twitter page, which it invites people to destroy Japan’s pavilion at a leading exhibition in the city of Shanghai.

Similarly, human rights activists said the agency, Amnesty International (AI), as quoted by the Associated Press, 19 November 2010 Thursday night local time. According to AI, convict named Chen Jianping.

The 46-year-old woman was found guilty of spreading a message written by people at Twitter last month. Its contents, invite Chinese citizens to Japan’s rampage through the pavilion in the prestigious exhibition “Shanghai Expo.” At that time, the relationship was tenuous Japan and China on the issue of maritime borders between the two countries, which lasted a long time.

“Young people are angry, attack!” Thus the additional sentence Cheng written in Mandarin. Both AI and fiance Cheng said that the message was actually only a problem satire and just making fun of anti-Japanese protesters movement.

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Six Thousand Live Saved by Phone Cellular

November 16, 2010 Leave a comment

Ericsson has recently published a report they titled ‘The Impact of Mobile Connectivity on the Millennium Development Goals in Africa. As a result, small businesses feel the benefits, particularly in terms of transportation cost savings and enable them to access information and market prices.

Results of monitoring and evaluation studies conducted in Ghana, Nigeria, Kenya, and Tanzania show that the introduction of cellular networks have the potential to influence socio-economic development for individuals and villages in remote areas.

“This is in line with the results of other studies that have been made that the growth in GDP (gross domestic product) of 1.2 percent can be achieved in developing countries for every 10 percent increase in mobile penetration rates,” said Elaine Weidman Grunewald, Head of Sustainability, Ericsson , in a statement, Wednesday, September 22, 2010.

With the help of a cell phone and toll free numbers to health care, according to Grunewald, health workers can save thousands of lives. “Based on the study, in those countries is at least 6,000 lives could be saved every year,” said Grunewald.

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This Beautiful Girl Paralyzed Every time Laughter

November 16, 2010 Leave a comment

Every time Kay Underwood laugh, the muscles of his body paralyzed instantly. In these conditions, women 22 years will be difficult to move his body, although his eyes could see and ears to hear.

As quoted from page Guardian, at the end of 2008, this architecture student was diagnosed with cataplexy. “I could fall limp 40 times a day thanks to laugh,” says Kay. New Paralysis lost when his emotions back stable.

Kay first got this sudden paralytic attacks during the beginning of semester. “When I was in the kitchen with a friend. Currently being laughed off, I suddenly fell to the floor. I could hear and see, but I could not move,” he said.

Not just when to laugh, Kay also be paralyzed for a moment when it felt emotions such as excessive crying, too excited, surprised, embarrassed, and frightened. In fact, Kay may fell when she heard men express love.

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The End of Ask.com

November 11, 2010 Leave a comment

Today (10/11) is last day of Ask.com as a search-engine services. Website search engine that used to be one of the largest in the world now allow their employees to move to Google and Microsoft.

Website Ask.com, formerly known as Ask Jeeves, was formerly the site of the most well known search site. Launched in 1996 and quickly developed. In the era of peak popularity, Ask.com has answered two million searches per day. Mascot of this website, Jeeves the Butler, was known by many people. Similarly, as quoted by Mashable, Wednesday (11/10/2010).

In 1999, the company is doing an initial public offering (IPO) and everything looks pretty good, at a time when the dot com era of the Internet became popular. Then several years went by, Ask.com compete with Google. Their market share and technology stagnated until finally bought by Internet conglomerate InterActiveCorp (IAC) of USD1, 85 billion in
2005.
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