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Happy New Year 2007

The year 2006 was a great one for me. I’ve had good time blogging and learned a lot too. 2007 has arrived, and I’ve started working on the concept of a new blog. Most of the things are finalized and

Posted in Blogging, Hong Kong, Life

Wp-hashcash — an excellent comment SPAM plugin

The comment and trackback spams had been a headache for me. Every blogger understands how annoying they are and how unproductive they can make you. Besides from being a blogger, I maintain systems that hosts many wordpress blogs. The good

Posted in Admin, Blogging, Technology

Anonymous Blogging will be outlawed in China?

The Great Firewall of China monitors, filters and blocks all the websites and email contents. If you’re in China you won’t be able to browse CNN, BBC and other international news smoothly, and you’ll have a terrible experience of sending

Posted in Blogging, Life, Network, Security, Technology

Amazon Astore

Amazon’s new Astore allows you to create your own Online Store. It’s new Associates product, very easy to setup, allows you to create your store in few minutes by choosing any products that Amazon has to offer. You can link

Posted in Blogging, Links, Technology

State of the Blogosphere, August 2006

CEO of Technorati, Sifry has published State of the Blogosphere, August 2006. Technorati is currently tracking 50 million blogs and have some very interesting figures with graphs about the state of the blogosphere. This is the summary: Technorati is now

Posted in Blogging, Links, Technology

BackupMyBLog

BackupMyBlog is a remote blog backup service. It’s first of it’s kind. With explosive growth of blogs I think we’ll see more similar services in the future. It’s free during beta testing period. Looks like they’ll start to charge once

Posted in Admin, Blogging, Technology

Antispam list gets spammed and DDoS attack on Blue Security Blog knocks Typepad, LiveJournal offline

Users who’ve signed with spam fighting company Blue Security have been recently targeted by spammers and attackers. And on Tuesday a massive denial-of-service attack was launched on Blue Security’s web site which then knocked millions of TypePad and LiveJournal blogs

Posted in Blogging, Security, Technology

New Theme

If you’re a regular visitor, you can see that I’ve changed the theme. For my rss readers you might or might not see the changes depending on your news reader. Anyway if you care to see it you can directly

Posted in Admin, Blogging, Technology

Is the white elephant, in the form of monarchy, worth keeping in Nepal?

Mahesh Poudyal, a Nepalese blogger has written a post with very detail analysis on whether Monarchy is worth keeping in Nepal. He analyzes economic, political, and cultural aspect looking at the pros and cons of keeping monarchy in Nepal. The

Posted in Blogging, Life, Nepal

Nepali Photoblog hits BoingBoing

Democratic Protests in Nepal is getting unprecedented coverage in International media. Of course it is well deserved and thanks to all the media coverage, world now sees how Nepalese are fighting for their freedom. I just noticed that Boing Boing

Posted in Blogging, Life, Links, Nepal

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