Cogita writes: It appears that In an effort to prevent the uploading of video from protests, the Syrian Government has taken the drastic step of taking down all Internet access in Syria, including landline and 3G. The shutdown started around 0800 GMT this morning.
Cogita writes: "Hacker group Anonymous appears to have singled out its next target — the controvesial anti-gay Westboro Baptist Church in the US. An open letter, purporting to be from Anonymous, accused the church of bigotry and fanaticism. It warned that Westboro's websites would be attacked if the congregation did not stop its public protests.
In a defiant response, the church said it would not be silenced, and urged Anonymous to "bring it"."
While I can't say I agree with everything Anon does, this couldn't happen to a nicer group of people.
Cogita writes: Does a sucsessful director career a game design guru make? Read on to find out.
Two video games developed with director Steven Spielberg are to be shown off at the E3 conference in Los Angeles.
The filmmaker has collaborated with Electronic Arts, the world's largest games publisher, on three titles.
The first, codenamed LMNO, is a contemporary action adventure, said Neil Young, general manager of EA's Los Angeles studio.
The second, with the codename PQRS, is a puzzle game designed for Nintendo's Wii console. http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/technology/6287628.stm