Friday, September 03, 2010
The world in numbers
This clock is interesting in two ways. We like numbers and by numbers we can prove things. Those numbers in this clock, can not be accurate, but we might get a close picture to the "real world" in spince of world population, HIV/AIDS spreading, number of slaughted chicken and so on... Well, my trust to this homepage falls when I read this in the text at first page "where they will be spammed by dumb Nigerians". Why and how they whrite this can you see by your self at www.poodwaddle.com/ , something about viruses and scams, the Nigeria 419 scam, also shown in the clock.
What else can we say? Countinue to be sourse critical. and, we need more real action, less bad information and more trustful, respectful and thinkful onces.
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