Tuesday, October 19, 2010

Please keep list going around the world....keep Forward

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 Please keep list going around the world....Keep forwarding
請向全球傳遞這封信
and add your name to the bottom of the list before you send it on!
並把你的名字放在末尾並發送
Just sign and send on, this is serious.

請一定簽名並發送,這事非同小可!
Denmark is a big shame.

丹麥是我們的恥辱
The sea is stained in red and

海洋被血染成紅色
in the mean while
但是
it’s not because of the climate effects of nature.
這不是由於自然氣候導致的

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It's because of the cruelty that the human beings (civilised human)
是因為殘忍的人類(文明社會的人)
kill hundreds of the famous and intelligent Calderon dolphins.
殘忍的殺害了上百頭人類已知並且具有高智商的卡德龍海豚

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This happens every year in Feroe Iland in Denmark .
這種事情每年都發生在丹麥的斐羅島
In this slaughter the main participants are young teens.
這場大屠殺的主要參與者是年輕人
WHY?
為什麼會這樣?

Monday, October 18, 2010

Google news: "Google Alerts" Now with More Liberation! - Data Liberation

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"Google Alerts: Now with More Liberation! Tuesday, March 30, 2010 | 3:02 PM This week Google Alerts joins the expanding group of liberated Google products by launching a feature that allows you to export your alerts. You can now access all the data about your alerts (search terms, type, etc.) in CSV format. To try it out: 1. Head on over to Google Alerts 2. Sign in 3. Follow the link to the management page 4. Click the 'Export alerts' link, you will find it above the list of your alerts, on the right-hand side If you don’t have a Google account, you will have to either create a Google account for your email address, or add the email address to an existing Google account. Enjoy your cage-free data! Posted by Robert Leland, Google Alerts team