Monday, October 1, 2012

SOLA 2.4 Shock To The System

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Geek Peek - Having your Pi and eating it too

I have been involved in a Linux operating system project and whilst doing some research I came across the Raspberry Pi project. The Raspberry Pi is a computer on a single board the size of a credit card and that retails for under $40. Think about that for a moment. With wealthy countries rolling out laptops for all students the third world is being further marginalized. But what if every student in Asia and Africa had there own $40 computer that fits in a pencil case? Sure they need to connect it to a monitor, keyboard and mouse, but those items have and continue to fall in cost and could be kept at school with the students plugging in when needed.

Has the information revolution entered a new phase?

PS. the geek in me couldn't resist ordering one for AUD36 at this reseller

The Pain in Spain is Plain to See

This can't end well....

Assange will be treated like Al-Qaeda if extradited to US

Sep 30, 2012 by

RT speaks exclusively to WikiLeaks spokesperson Kristinn Hrafnsson, who says the US naming Julian Assange as an enemy of the state will see him treated as a terrorist if extradited there.

The Real News - Financialization and the World Economy

Sep 30, 2012 by
Jerry Epstein: Financialization of the economy has been developing since the late 19th century and is now at historic Levels. More at

Double Standards - Libya's 9/11 and UK v.s Scotland Yard

The strangest current affairs show on the net.......

Sep 30, 2012 by

On this edition of the show: while the UN general assembly was held in New York this past week the Arab world was inflamed. Press TV's correspondent was assassinated in Syria this past week. We talk to Sabri Malek, official spokesperson of Libya Democratic Party, about assassination of America's ambassador to Libya. These and much more are all reviewed in this edition of Double Standards with Afshin Rattansi.