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10 February 2011 Last updated at 04:17 ET By Anne Alexander University of Cambridge Muslim and Christian shoulder-to-shoulder in Tahrir Square Just weeks after a New Year's Day church bombing rocked the port city of Alexandria, Egypt's religious tensions have been set aside as the country's Muslims and Christians join forces at anti-government protests. Making my way to Tahrir Square during the anti-Mubarak protests, a striking piece of graffiti caught my eye. Egypt's Muslims and Christians join hands in protest
Hackers target Microsoft Windows XP support system 1 July 2010 Last updated at 05:17 ET The bug affects well-established Windows XP operating system Hi-tech criminals are "escalating" attacks on an unpatched bug in the Windows XP help and support system. Microsoft said it had seen more than 10,000 machines hit by the attack that, so far, it has not found a fix for.
31 January 2011 Last updated at 03:18 ET Look up into the night sky where you live, and the chances are that your view of the stars will be affected in some way by light pollution. To see how much artificial lighting blocks out the cosmos - and find the starriest skies - the British public are being asked to take part in a national experiment. The Campaign to Protect Rural England and The Campaign for Dark Skies want people to look up at Orion - one of the most recognisable constellations in the winter night sky - and count the stars they see. One of the organisers, astronomer Darren Baskill from the University of Sussex, explains. Continue reading the main story Audio slideshow: Dark sky stargazers
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Another chapter in the Facebook vs. Lamebook , errmm, book: the social networking giant has confirmed to us that it has moved to diligently block all outgoing links to Lamebook.com , shut down the two-person company’s Facebook Page (previously at facebook.com/thelamebook ), and blocks visitors of the funny site from ‘liking’ posts to boot. For your background: Facebook wants the Austin startup to quit using the name Lamebook, deeming its activities under that name an “improper attempt to build a brand that trades off Facebook’s popularity and fame”, and filed a trademark infringement lawsuit last week. Facebook Tries To Silence Lamebook: Removes Its Page, Blocks Links And Likes
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The eight Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) – which range from halving extreme poverty rates to halting the spread of HIV/AIDS and providing universal primary education, all by the target date of 2015 – form a blueprint agreed to by all the world’s countries and all the world’s leading development institutions. They have galvanized unprecedented efforts to meet the needs of the world’s poorest. From this site, explore the efforts of the UN and its partners for building a better world. World Water Day Events are being held worldwide to mark World Water Day (WWD), observed annually on 22 March. In his message for Water Day, United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon said, “On this World Water Day, I appeal for heightened cooperation.
SECTOR 17 - DAMAGE LAB STUDIOS For the first "Street Art Site of the Day" we had to go with Boise, Idaho's very own SECTOR 17 . We're not sure where the line should be drawn between "Street Art" and "Commissioned work" but these guys have amazing talent--and if they can use it to get paid, what's wrong with that? And, they're doing two great things that make us love them that much more: 1) Helping to get Street Art recognized as a genuine and respectable art form, and 2) Representing Boise as well as anyone we've ever seen. Check 'em out, give 'em props. They deserve it.