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    http://www.javipas.com/2014/10/15/google-nexus-6-errores
    Tags: , , , , por jose (2014-10-16)
  2. in other words, when you can't use the data Nota: porque los has obtenido sin garantía judicial » , you have to go out and do a parallel construction, means you use what you would normally consider to be investigative techniques, go find the data. You have a little hint, though. NSA is telling you where the data is, it makes you look really good. If you have it quickly. So then you can justify, taking it into court and use that in court. And so I call that perjury. In fact, I call this a 'Planned Program Perjury Policy' run by the Department of Justice of the United States. And, it's not just affecting our democracy, it's subverting our entire court system. It's not only subverting ours, it's subverting everybody's in the world that has a relationship with the FBI or the DEA. So this is infecting entire democracies, all of the world.
    http://www.alexaobrien.com/secondsight/wb/binney.html
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    http://www.theatlantic.com/business/a...News+Top+20+Full+feeds+by+FeedsAPI%29
    Tags: , , , por jose (2014-10-14)
  4. It has become habitual to see people blame others for their own mistakes and stupidity. The music industry blames Spotify, Pandora and Apple. The magazine trade and newspapers blame the Internet/Google/God. France blames Google. Kids blame parents.
    http://om.co/2014/10/13/why-blame-others
    Tags: , por jose (2014-10-13)
  5. El post habla de Netvibes pero también sirve para Inoreader.

    la clave está en pasar la URL en texto plano como valor del parámetro plainurl y no en intentar pasar la url ya codificada en json
    http://blog.alteroot.org/articles/201.../share-on-wallabag-from-netvibes.html
    Tags: , , por jose (2014-10-11)
  6. Payday lending refutes the proposition that if you give consumers enough information, rationality will guide them towards wise choices, a claim central to financial regulation. Insistence that lenders give prominence to the effective annual percentage rate of interest they charge – typically several thousand per cent – has not checked demand.
    http://www.johnkay.com/2014/10/08/pay...hould-be-regulated-more-pragmatically
    Tags: , , por jose (2014-10-10)
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    http://www.educacionfinanciera.com.es...mpo-podrias-mantener-tu-nivel-de-vida
    Tags: , por jose (2014-10-10)
  8. Twitter has changed. When it started out it was a haven from the unread count in your email inbox, from the tension of blogging and comments. You didn't have to write long form essays, you didn't have to moderate commenters. You didn't have to make all those bold lines go away to reach inbox zero. You just followed some people and typed thoughts that occurred to you.

    The problem is that by making @ replies the most visible part of the app, they'd brought us back to email and blog comments again.

    Your tweet could win the fame lottery, and everyone on the Internet who thinks you are wrong could tell you about it. Or one of the "verified" could call you out to be the tribute for your community and fight in their Hunger Games.
    http://www.kevinmarks.com/twitterhatespeech.html
    Tags: , por jose (2014-10-05)
  9. La gráfica cuenta una parte, pero lo importante lo cuenta el primer comentario del post:

    HK neither contributes to nor receives funding from the Chinese government. A better indicator would be the amount of capital raised by Chinese companies through HK, which would show a very different picture. The city still plays an important role, not only economically but also symbolically. The people of China and Taiwan are watching with great interest. Remember, social stability matters to the Communist Party more than anything else — and that’s why it matters a great deal that China handles this sensitively. If you’re a Chinese person who dreams of a democratic future, what message does this send? If HK isn’t ready for democracy, how long will it take for China? 50 years? 100? How long are people willing to wait? How much more corruption can they tolerate? These are much more important issues than whether China can afford to live without HK’s GDP. China is on the back foot here. It won’t back down, of course, but it knows it must tread carefully.
    http://marginalrevolution.com/margina...tion%2Ffeed+%28Marginal+Revolution%29
    Tags: , , por jose (2014-09-29)

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