theglobalchinese - Welcome to the News Community
Saturday, September 30, 2006
Network cables

US to review Internet control in 2008

The US Commerce Department said on Friday it would retain its oversight of the company that manages Internet domain names, renewing an agreement that was scheduled to expire this weekend. The government signed a new three-year agreement with the ICANN, which controls addresses such as ".com" and country domain names. The new agreement aims to eventually turn over control of ICANN to the private sector, and calls for a review in 2008 of ICANN's progress toward becoming more accountable, the government said.
"We are committed to working with ICANN to ensure that they have the established transparency and accountability mechanisms necessary to be a stable, lasting and independent institution."
The current agreement between the U.S. government and ICANN was scheduled to expire on September 30. The Commerce Department said it consulted with more than 700 companies, trade groups, foreign governments and individuals before deciding to renew the agreement. Some critics say the U.S. government has too much control over ICANN, which has evolved into a crucial engine for global commerce, communications and culture. The US government has pledged to cede control of the net to private sector hands at an unspecified future time. - US takes big step to end Internet oversight - ICANN independence closer - - Political Gateway - New York Times - Los Angeles Times
OptiRanker-optimize your business one word at a time
::: Technorati ::: address, , , , , , , , , , , , , ::: Sponsor ::: OptiRanker "The Only SEO Solution"
Saturday, August 05, 2006

How to Launch A Business in Your 20s

If you've got the job jitters or are feeling burned out, it may be time to put out feelers before starting an all-out employment search, says
"It's better to lay the groundwork for a job search before you get burned out. It's often easier to find a new job while you are still employed."
There are many safe harbors where you can informally network, without alerting your employer that you're job hunting. offers these ways to get started: Look before you leap. You way want to explore employment opportunities within your own company before deciding to look for jobs elsewhere. Make yourself visible -- discreetly.
"The Internet has made it easier to raise your career profile through social-networking like ecademy,, openBC, Ryze, Soflow or . You can connect with colleagues at companies you're interested in and raise your visibility without quitting your job."
Work your industry associations. Participating in a business organization with which your company is affiliated won't raise the eyebrows of your colleagues or boss. Attending monthly meetings and mingling can boost a job search and allow you to network with potential employers. Network like a headhunter. Target 10 or 15 companies you want to work for. Then use Web search engines to identify some of their former employees and their current contact information. Phone them, and ask them about the company, the potential boss and the department you're interested in. Rebuild your network. When you know you're going to need your network in the next few months, start putting it in place now. You need to figure out who is going to be an important contact for you. Do some self-assessment. Think about what you really want to do. Take into account your strengths, weaknesses, likes and dislikes. Ask yourself what you want more and less of so you can pursue a more satisfying career. - Social networking sites a hacker's paradise? - Spoke frees up its database - Submit Express - Red Herring - Akron Beacon Journal - Digital-Lifestyles.Info
Shop for VuRyte Document Holders and Monitor Lifts at ComfortChannel!
::: Technorati ::: , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ::: Sponsor ::: Shop for Decorative Indoor and Outdoor Floor, Wall and Table Water Fountains at ComfortChannel!
Monday, July 31, 2006

Google launches open source hosting centre

Google has started to add open source project hosting to Google Code. The new site might go up against the most popular open source project hosting sites like SourceForge or Tigris. Google’s new hosting service will be without ads. Google will use the open source version control system Subversion, to which several Google developers contribute. The Subversion repository will store projects’ code and other data in Google’s BigTable database, which is also the data store behind Google Reader. BigTable can run on thousands of inexpensive computers for load balancing and reliability. Google’s new source code hosting service is not yet ready for production use. According to a post by Greg Stein on Sunday night
We just pushed out a fix for the Subversion performance. Please let us know if you see any continued problems.
However, when integrated with Google Groups, GMail, Google Talk and other services, the offer could become very popular with developers. To entrer into Google Code a free projcet code source it should be one of theses licences:Uo to now approximately 2,000 projects have been created on Google Code including 239 Java projects, 149 in Python, 71 in Ruby, and 19 mentioning Eclipse. - Google to host open-source projects - Google Sets Up Open Source Service - Builder AU - - WebProNews -

::: Technorati ::: , , , , , , Google Groupes, , , , , , , , ::: Sponsor ::: StartLogic Web Hosting - $7.50/mo
Monday, June 26, 2006

Bill Gates (left) and Warren Buffett remain top of the Forbes list

The Miracle of Warren Buffett and Bill Gates

Warren Buffett today signed over much of his $44 billion fortune to the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, uniting the world's two richest people in a bid to fight disease, reduce poverty and improve education. The roughly $30.7 billion donation doubles the Gates Foundation's size to $60 billion, five times larger than any other U.S. charitable group and larger than the gross domestic product of Kuwait. Bill Gates, the world's richest man, co-founded and remains chairman of Microsoft Corp.. Warren Buffett built his fortune running Berkshire Hathaway Inc., an insurance and investment company.
"I am not an enthusiast for dynastic wealth, particularly when the alternative is 6 billion people having much poorer hands in life than we have."
Gates said he plans in July 2008 to step down from his day-to-day Microsoft role to focus on his foundation, one of the goals of which is to improve access to technology in U.S. public libraries. Buffett pledged 10 million Berkshire Class B shares to the Gates Foundation. He also pledged 2.05 million Class B shares to foundations in the name of his late wife, Susan, who died in 2004, and for his three children, Susie, Howard and Peter. The total donations of about $37.1 billion amount to roughly 85% of Buffett's net worth, and constitute the largest single act of U.S. charitable giving ever. Buffett made the donations fewer than four months after he said Berkshire's board had identified a successor for him. Gifts to the Gates Foundation will be made in stages, and are conditioned on money being distributed the year it is donated. The foundation gave away $1.36 billion in 2005, so Buffett's first gift of $1.5 billion, in July, may double its spending.
"This is his life's work. Now that the money is going to be as much Warren's as the money my job helped generate, it's almost scary."
Time magazine last year named the Gateses and Irish singer Bono of the band U2 its "Persons of the Year" for 2005, citing their charitable and philanthropic pursuits.
"I've watched Bill and Melinda Gates for a number of years. It was clear that an outstanding mind with the right goals was focusing intensely with passion and heart on improving the lot of mankind."
Both Buffett and Gates emphasized the importance of keeping philanthropy separate from Berkshire's operations. Buffett's donations of Berkshire shares means the ultimate value of his gifts will be tied to the company's share price.
"I would be surprised, disappointed, if we can't manage Berkshire well enough so the increase on value, on average, (isn't) more than 5% a year."
Berkshire owns large stakes in such blue-chip companies as American Express and Coca-Cola and owns some 50 businesses, including Dairy Queen ice cream, Fruit of the Loom underwear and Geico auto insurance. Berkshire shares have lagged the Standard & Poor 500 index over the last two years, but have far outgained the benchmark since Buffett took over Berkshire, then a struggling textile maker, in 1965. - Warren Buffett's Unprecedented Generosity - Buffett accelerates philanthropy with Gates gift - Washington Post - Forbes - Financial Times - MSNBC

::: ::: , , , , , , fortune, , , , , , , , ::: Sponsor ::: Doctor' Trust Vitamins - Save 40-80%!
Sunday, June 04, 2006

US 1st edition cover

Pakistan bans Da Vinci Code film

Under the Motion Pictures Ordinance of 1979, the government of Pakistan has banned the Ron Howard’s contentious movie The Da Vinci Code for including material that is offensive to both Christians and Muslims.
The Da Vinci Code is a mystery and detective novel by the American author Dan Brown and published in 2003 by Doubleday Fiction. It became a worldwide bestseller with more than 60.5 million copies in print as of May 2006 and has been translated into 44 languages. It might be the sixth biggest selling book of all time. Combining the detective, thriller and conspiracy fiction genres, the book is part two of a trilogy that started with Brown's 2000 novel Angels and Demons, which introduced the character Robert Langdon. In November 2004, Random House published a "Special Illustrated Edition", with 160 illustrations interspersed with the text.
In a recent statement, according to India News, any viewing of The Da Vinci Code or distribution of the film will be met with stern action:
"In a statement issued by the country’s Central Board of Film Censors, the government warned of strict action against screening of the movie and those involved in its sale and purchase."
Although The Da Vinci Code continues to be a financial windfall for Sony Pictures, having grossed $475 million worldwide to date, Fox News elaborates on the reasons for the action taken by the government of Pakistan and the film being banned,
"Although the film has not been screened in any theater in mostly-Muslim Pakistan, authorities decided to ban it out of respect for the feelings of the country's minority Christians."
Christians in Pakistan staged two protests earlier in the week, calling for a worldwide ban of The Da Vinci Code, which came amid other protests against the film in India. The the screening of the film in Pakistan, or possession of it on video cassettes or discs, was prohibited and unlawful, said Jalil Abbas
"The film is sacrilegious to all religions, that's why we did this."
Police had been ordered to conduct raids and confiscate pirated copies of the film available in markets of the Muslim-dominated country, he said. Christians make up about 3% of Pakistan's overwhelmingly Muslim 160 million people, while in India Christians hold only 2% of the total population. Also late last week, two more Indian States banned The Da Vinci Code, doubling the number of states to take strict action against the film, authorities in southern Andhra Pradesh state and Meghalaya in the Christian-dominated northeast blocked the film late on Thursday. Two other states, Punjab and Tamil Nadu, had earlier banned the film. Despite the protests and the film being banned, it appears not all have agreed with the recent backlash, most notably members of the Indian film industry. According to The Hindu News
"... the Film and Television Producers Guild of India has asked the Governments there to reconsider their decision. The Guild has written to the Governments of all the states, specifying how the film was cleared by the censor board and asking that they help to clear its release..."
In addition to the uproar in Pakistan and India, and the film being banned, The Da Vinci Code appears to be making waves in Egypt as well, as the San Francisco Chronicle reports,
"Police seized 2,000 pirated DVDs of 'The Da Vinci Code' on Saturday, and the Egyptian Coptic Christian church demanded the film be banned in Egypt."
To date, no decision has been made by the Egyptian government on whether to ban the film in that region. Since its publishing began in 2003, The Da Vinci Code has sold more than 40 million copies worldwide, netting author Dan Brown $442 million. The Da Vinci Code has been released in paperback in the United States and has sold 500,000 copies. The Da Vinci Code movie stars Tom Hanks, Ian McKellen, Alfred Molina, Audrey Tautou and Jean Reno. The movie is directed by Ron Howard .'The Da Vinci Code' heresy - India extends Da Vinci Code ban - Times of India - People's Daily Online - The Conservative Voice
Used books, out-of-print books, and rare books at Biblio
::: Technorati ::: , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ::: Sponsor ::: Find this book on!
Wednesday, May 17, 2006

Yahoo personalizes new homepage

Yahoo Inc. launched a redesign of its popular Internet home page at, displaying a more prominent section for Web searches and reconfiguring its display menu. Like Google and Microsoft, Yahoo is introducing clickable tools to let users customize what they see. Alongside the search box will be an assistant that tells people if new messages are in their Yahoo e-mail inbox, a section for popular searches and an expanded news section. In making the changes, Yahoo is the last of the big three search firms to re-focus its main web presence on what users want to do. There will be a variety of new and enhanced features, including:
The new Yahoo! home page is available as a beta, or test, version for the next month to assess how users repond to the alterations in the United States at, with local preview versions in the UK and Ireland, France, Germany, Italy and Spain. More enhancements to the page will be added over the coming months, and it will be made generally available in all global markets later this summer. The new look pages aim to move away from the old-fashioned static site where people were simply presented with a page listing everything a web portal did. Users will now be able to customise what they see, remove the bits they never look at and add those others parts of the Yahoo empire that they regularly use. They will also be able to change the layout and the colour of the page. The driving force behind these acquisitions has been the desire to get hold of ready-made communities to sell to. - Internet war between China and US - Should Microsoft Give In To Investor Panic? - eWeek - Telecom Asia Daily / Wireless Asia - All Headline News - (subscription)

::: Technorati ::: , , , , , , , , , , , , , ::: Sponsor ::: Test Your IQ for Free!
Thursday, May 11, 2006
Google Trends

Search engines will remain Google's future

Google has unveiled a new wave of software and desktop gadgetry in its ongoing quest to dominate users' experience of the internet. The world's most popular search engine, which faces mounting competition from rivals Microsoft and Yahoo, showcased innovations while pledging to focus renewed energies on its core business of online search technology. At a meeting with reporters from around the globe, Google introduced several new search enhancements, including a way to subscribe to health research from experts and tools that let people save portions of websites in a pop-up box that can be shared via e-mails. Google's share of online searches rose to 42.7% in March from 36.4% a year ago. Yahoo's and MSN's shares fell, says research firm ComScore Media Metrix. Page says 98% of what will exist in 10 years "has yet to be done, and we won't get there by looking at what other companies are doing." The new tools are: Executives denied the new products, especially an upgraded Google Desktop with a multi-media player, were a challenge to the dominance of Microsoft's Windows operating system. Eric Schmidt said he saw "no limit" to the company's growth, adding that Google would devote 70% of its resources to search technologies during the next 50 years. Elliot Schrage said Google's goal is more transparency and to be more open about what Google is doing and what not.
Google Strengthens Focus on Search with Four New Tools - Google goes after Microsoft - PC Magazine - Forbes - USA Today - iTWire - The #1 Independent Tax Source on the Net!
::: Technorati ::: , , , , , , , , , , , , ::: Sponsor ::: Tax Help
We inform about top news in the wired space, social issues, politics, technology, finance, economics and life style and have a focus on the Chinese world of the internet in the era of information and communication technology. Small Business Ideas Forum

04/01/2004 - 05/01/2004 / 05/01/2004 - 06/01/2004 / 07/01/2004 - 08/01/2004 / 08/01/2004 - 09/01/2004 / 09/01/2004 - 10/01/2004 / 10/01/2004 - 11/01/2004 / 11/01/2004 - 12/01/2004 / 12/01/2004 - 01/01/2005 / 01/01/2005 - 02/01/2005 / 02/01/2005 - 03/01/2005 / 03/01/2005 - 04/01/2005 / 04/01/2005 - 05/01/2005 / 05/01/2005 - 06/01/2005 / 06/01/2005 - 07/01/2005 / 07/01/2005 - 08/01/2005 / 08/01/2005 - 09/01/2005 / 09/01/2005 - 10/01/2005 / 10/01/2005 - 11/01/2005 / 11/01/2005 - 12/01/2005 / 12/01/2005 - 01/01/2006 / 01/01/2006 - 02/01/2006 / 02/01/2006 - 03/01/2006 / 03/01/2006 - 04/01/2006 / 04/01/2006 - 05/01/2006 / 05/01/2006 - 06/01/2006 / 06/01/2006 - 07/01/2006 / 07/01/2006 - 08/01/2006 / 08/01/2006 - 09/01/2006 / 09/01/2006 - 10/01/2006 /

Find on this site:

Enter your Email

Powered by FeedBlitz
Technorati search
, , , , , , , finance, , , , , , ,
LiveMessage Alerts
Blogroll Me!
Syndicate this site
Add to Google
Subscribe in NewsGator Online
Blog Directory - Add Link
Blogarama - The Blog Directory
kostenloser Counter
Webfeed (RSS/ATOM) registered at
Google PageRank Checker Tool
Blog Top Sites
Get Firefox!

RSS link .Text Blog
RSS link a little ludwig goes a long way
RSS link A View from Elsewhere
RSS link ACM Queue
RSS link Adam Bosworth's Weblog
RSS link AKMA’s Random Thoughts
RSS link algorhythm
RSS link All Consuming
RSS link All Things Distributed
RSS link Architecture Musings in IT
RSS link artists
RSS link Atom Wiki
RSS link audvidsyn at Yahoo! Groups
RSS link Better Living Through Software
RSS link Between the Lines
RSS link Bill de hÓra
RSS link Blogging Alone
RSS link Bloglines | News
RSS link Blur Circle
RSS link Bnoopy
RSS link bob mcwhirter
RSS link BookBlog
RSS link Brendan's Roadmap Updates
RSS link Brian Behlendorf's Blog
RSS link buckman's magnatune blog
RSS link Business 2.0 - Technology
RSS link Byron's WebLog
RSS link cbrumme's WebLog
RSS link Chad Dickerson
RSS link Channel9 Forums: The Videos
RSS link CircleID
RSS link Clay Shirky's Essays
RSS link Clemens Vasters: Enterprise Development & Alien Abductions
RSS link CollabuTech
RSS link Commonality
RSS link Corante: Social Software
RSS link Crazy Apple Rumors Site
RSS link Crossroads Dispatches
RSS link Crypto-Gram
RSS link d2r
RSS link Dan Diephouse
RSS link Dan Gillmor's eJournal
RSS link darcusblog
RSS link Dare Obasanjo aka Carnage4Life
RSS link
RSS link Dave Barry's Blog
RSS link Dave Seidel :: Wavicle
RSS link David Galbraith
RSS link
RSS link
RSS link Developer Testing
RSS link The Devil’s Dictionary (2.0)
RSS link Dick Hardt - Blame Canada
RSS link Digital Identity
RSS link Dive into BC4J and ADF
RSS link DJ's Weblog
RSS link The Doc Searls Weblog
RSS link doctors
RSS link Don Box's Spoutlet
RSS link Down The Avenue
RSS link Due Diligence
RSS link Duncan Wilcox's weblog
RSS link E M E R G I C . o r g
RSS link Edd Dumbill's Weblog: Behind the Times
RSS link Engadget
RSS link Erik Benson
RSS link erp4it: Managing information systems
RSS link Evan @
RSS link Messaging and Collaboration
RSS link Exploration Through Example
RSS link Results For: infoworld
RSS link Results For: jon udell
RSS link Fen's Stream Of Consciousness
RSS link
RSS link filtered
RSS link Flashline Weblog
RSS link Florin Lazar's WebLog
RSS link FTPOnline
RSS link G93/weblog
RSS link Gizmodo
RSS link Gordon Weakliem's Weblog
RSS link Gotzeblogged
RSS link graham glass: what's next?
RSS link Green Hat Journal
RSS link Greg Reinacker's Weblog
RSS link Guido van Rossum's Weblog
RSS link healthsignals new york
RSS link Hippo
RSS link HubLog
RSS link Ian Murdock's Weblog
RSS link IBM developerWorks
RSS link The Idea Ether
RSS link IEBlog
RSS link Industrie Toulouse
RSS link
RSS link Infectious Greed
RSS link InfoWorld TechWatch
RSS link InfoWorld: Columnists
RSS link InfoWorld: Top News
RSS link InfoWorld: Web services
RSS link Inspirational Technology
RSS link Internet Archive: Audio
RSS link
RSS link IT Conversations
RSS link IT
RSS link James Governor's MonkChips
RSS link James Strachan's Weblog
RSS link Weblogs
RSS link Weblogs by Michael Champion
RSS link Jeff Bernknopf's XML DB & HTML DB Blog
RSS link The Jeff Pulver Blog
RSS link Jefferson Provost
RSS link Jeffrey McManus' Grind
RSS link
RSS link Jeremy Allaire's Radio
RSS link Jeremy Zawodny's blog
RSS link Jeroen Bekkers' Groove Weblog
RSS link Jim Hugunin's WebLog
RSS link John Burkhardt
RSS link John Clingan's Weblog
RSS link Joho the Blog
RSS link Jon's Radio
RSS link Jon's Radio (full-length descriptions)
RSS link Jonathan Schwartz's Weblog
RSS link Jono's Blog
RSS link Joy Blake
RSS link KCRW: Morning Becomes Eclectic
RSS link KCRW: Sounds Eclectic
RSS link Keene, NH: Today's Events
RSS link Keith Pleas Blog
RSS link Kevin Altis' Weblog
RSS link Kevin Lynch
RSS link Kingsley Idehen's Blog
RSS link Knowing .NET
RSS link Koranteng's Toli
RSS link Larry Bouthillier's eMedia Blog
RSS link Larry Welkowitz's Radio Weblog
RSS link Latest RFC:s
RSS link Lessig Blog
RSS link Life With Alacrity
RSS link Line56: B2B News
RSS link Linux Magazine
RSS link Liudvikas Bukys
RSS link Loosely Coupled news releases live feed
RSS link Loosely Coupled weblog
RSS link Lorcan Dempsey's weblog.
RSS link Lost Boy
RSS link lucidBlog
RSS link Making it stick.
RSS link mamamusings
RSS link Mark Ericson - Mindreef, Inc.
RSS link Mark Levison
RSS link Mark O'Neill's Radio Weblog
RSS link Mark Wilcox's Radio Weblog
RSS link Marquee de Sells: Chris's insight outlet
RSS link Matt Pope's Radio Weblog
RSS link matt.griffith
RSS link McGee's Musings
RSS link mesh on mx
RSS link meta-douglasp
RSS link Metaphorical Web
RSS link Michael Howard's Web Log
RSS link Michael Rys
RSS link Michael Rys
RSS link Microsoft Research News and Headlines
RSS link Middleware Matters
RSS link Miguel de Icaza
RSS link
RSS link Mitch Kapor's Weblog
RSS link mnot’s Web log
RSS link MobileWhack
RSS link Mobilog
RSS link Mono Project News
RSS link The Mountain of Worthless Information
RSS link Mozquito XForms
RSS link Nature Genetics
RSS link Ned Batchelder's blog
RSS link Nelson's Weblog
RSS link New Hampshire Public Radio -
RSS link New Scientist
RSS link The New York Times > Business
RSS link The New York Times > Science
RSS link The New York Times > Technology
RSS link NewsIsFree: Recent Additions
RSS link O'Reilly Network Articles
RSS link Occasionally Connected
RSS link OCLC Research
RSS link OLDaily
RSS link Om Malik on Broadband
RSS link ongoing
RSS link Oracle Technology News
RSS link patrickWeb
RSS link Paul Venezia
RSS link pbblog
RSS link Pepys' Diary (full)
RSS link Peter Drayton's Radio Weblog
RSS link Peter Kaminski
RSS link Phil's Blogservations
RSS link Pito's Blog
RSS link Pito's Weblog
RSS link PressThink
RSS link Privacy Digest Weblog
RSS link Push Button Paradise
RSS link Pushing rectangles...
RSS link Pushing the Envelope
RSS link Python News
RSS link Ray Ozzie's Weblog
RSS link Daily
RSS link rebelutionary
RSS link Red Hat Executives
RSS link The Register
RSS link Relax, Everything Is Deeply Intertwingled
RSS link ResearchBuzz
RSS link Rob Howard's Blog
RSS link Robert C. Martin's Weblog
RSS link Robin Good's Latest News
RSS link Roland Piquepaille's Technology Trends
RSS link Ross Mayfield's Weblog
RSS link rre at Yahoo! Groups
RSS link Russell Beattie Notebook
RSS link s l a m
RSS link Safari Tech Books Online
RSS link Salon: Arts & Entertainment
RSS link Sam Ruby
RSS link Samuel Wan : News, Information and Resources
RSS link Sarah Allen's Weblog
RSS link SBC DotNet Weblog
RSS link Schneier on Security
RSS link Scientific American
RSS link ScottGu's Blog
RSS link Scripting News
RSS link Sean McGrath, CTO, Propylon
RSS link Sean's vBlog
RSS link Seb's Open Research
RSS link Security Focus
RSS link The Shifted Librarian
RSS link Simon Fell
RSS link Simon Willison's Weblog
RSS link simplegeek
RSS link Sjoerd Visscher's weblog
RSS link Slashdot:
RSS link > {bio,medical}informatics
RSS link soapenv
RSS link Stefan Tilkov's Random Stuff
RSS link Stefano's Linotype
RSS link Steve Gillmor's Blogosphere
RSS link Steve Gillmor's Inforouter
RSS link Steven's [Mostly] Tech Notebook
RSS link Stu says stuff
RSS link Sun Labs Technical Reports
RSS link Surfin' Safari
RSS link syndication at Yahoo! Groups
RSS link
RSS link tecosystems
RSS link Ted Leung on the air
RSS link Telematique, water and fire.
RSS link Telepocalypse
RSS link Thomas P.M. Barnett :: Weblog
RSS link Thoughts From Eric
RSS link Tom Yager
RSS link Tony Bowden's Radio Weblog
RSS link Weblog
RSS link the tweney report
RSS link Keene Events
RSS link UserCreations Weblog
RSS link Vastly Important Notes
RSS link videoblogging at Yahoo! Groups
RSS link Web Services Articles from The Stencil Group
RSS link Web Voice - Piano News
RSS link the weblog of Lucas Gonze
RSS link WebMink
RSS link Wi-Fi Networking News
RSS link WilcoxNewsBlog
RSS link Windley's Enterprise Computing Weblog
RSS link
RSS link Wired News
RSS link World Wide Web Consortium
RSS link - words and pictures from Silicon Valley
RSS link XML-Deviant
RSS link xmlhack
RSS link Yoz Grahame: Leaves Buildings Standing
RSS link Zope Dispatches
RSS link
theglobalchinese - Welcome to the News Community

Powered by Blogger