Internet

Snippets: 9 May 2013

Singapore’s 4G performance, a father’s decision, gaming – then and now

Have a look at the 4G performance of each of Singapore’s telecommunications providers before making the leap and sacrificing 9-10GB of monthly data. There are some events in history that have left scars, some have not been told and here is a tragic story of what any father would never want to face. Gaming has

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Snippets: 1 May 2013

Iran’s private internet, online courses ease college burden, science of cyanide

Everyone knows the Great Firewall of China but what about Iran’s private internet service? Take a look at how the country manages to keep its internet service even more controlled than its Asian counterpart. Online degree courses are not just for those who did not attend college / university. It may serve to aid its

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The longest lived intermediary conduit will inevitably fall. (Credit: Madiba127 on DeviantArt)

The Inevitable Fall of Nations

For thousands of years, nations were important building blocks of civilizations. As human beings, we found the need to cooperate and work with one another. We built societies, grouped people together for some mutually beneficial gain. May it be fishing villages or tiny states, we lumped together for necessity. Safety in numbers, prosperity through cooperation and basically economies

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