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Comment: Rights and freedom based on laws (Score 2, Insightful) 329

by mashihabong (#27471999) Attached to: Thai Gov't Sets Up Site For Snitching On Royals' Critics
I think people here get wrong idea. You should respect the local law. Many people here try to say it is okay to drive 200 km/h in US just because driving like that in Afghanistan is NOT illegal. I think many people should respect to other cultures. Don't set anything in developed countries as the world standard. I don't think it is the fault of King that someone is found guilty of lese-majeste. It is that person's duty to know the law or at least the culture / special law of where he or she is going. The lese-majeste law has been used for more than 77 years. Saying that the king is suck just because many people violated and found guilty of Thai lese-majeste law is the same as saying that the murdered victim is stupid just because a killer is accidentally there.
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Journal: Even Microsoft Depends on Opensource!

Journal by mashihabong
I don't think many people really about this. During my research on instant messengers to extend features on my own project, I found something interesting about MSN messenger. From what I see and my hypothesis, it seems that MSN messenger is originally created from Jabber because GAIM and any other universal messenger can connect to the protocols that MSN messenger uses. It become more interesting when I see the advanced configuration and the source code of GAIM, it doesn't appear anything specia

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