I would just glue it to my desk.
Here, in the Netherlands, all people drink tap water, except when in restaurants. This of course has to do with the fact you can charge 2 euro for a glass of tap water while people will feel ripped off if you charge that for a glass of tap water. There are movements going on to persuade bars, restaurants to also serve tap water for environmental reasons. Bottled water is a huge waste of resources (in countries where the tap water is as good or better as bottled water).
By the way, my tap water, which is pumped out of the ground about 2 km from here, contains 0.12 mg/l fluoride (according to the water company).
Fast forward to 7:00 to actually see Agbogbloshie (and hear in English).
A Dutch documentary recently showed Africans are now getting rich by recycling discarded mobile phones or "urban mining". Loads of rare metals in those things.
Just read all the comments above yours and not many people seem to care about the point you just made. Hundreds of innocent people die due to American drones and now that they accidentally hit a white guy/non-Muslim the US president is making apologies. I find this very sad.
Not that I know of, but it would certainly be great features.
I agree. Since the new Google Maps, it has become confusing and slow for me. The OpenStreetMap site is simple and fast and now also offers routing. And it's *really* free.
So we moved from centralized source control (CVS, SVN) to decentralized source control such as Git and then we centralize all of repositories in the world on one server...
Better download Tor while you still can/may.
This is why we should avoid (near)monopolies such as Paypal (and Mastercard, Visa, Apple, Facebook, Google....). We should decentralize, for example by using Bitcoin.
Not sure how security firms conclude nation states must be behind some complex malware. It could also be a corporation. It could also be a criminal gang. It could also be some lone programmer or group of programmers doing this in their own time in order to sell the software or their services to criminals or governments. Most software is not made by governments (actually, can't think of any software) and whenever they try, they usually fail.
Not very long ago a website called Wikileaks had quite some trouble receiving funds because Paypal, Visa and Mastercard refused to cooperate.
As I understand it Tor is between you and some other place on the public internet. I2P is not made to go out to the internet. It's more like Tor without exit and only hidden sites, like a secret internet on top of the public internet.
As the IPv4 jar is running empty and more and more people are trading IP-addresses around the world, this problem will become bigger. Anyway, IP-adresses were never meant to determine which language you speak.
Oh, and we should move to IPv6.