Archive | June 3, 2012
Audiences and readers bring a number of different attitudes to the discussion of any issue. Speakers and writers can expect : Believers Deniers Doubters Apathetic 1. Who do you want as your audience or readers? Believers, who already accept what you have to say? When you talk or write to believers, you have an audience […]
The Amira family activists of Ni’lin village try to get to Madonna’s “Peace Concert”. They hold the proper concert tickets yet the road is long: determined they try to get through the apartheid wall, through the checkpoint, request assistance from the DCO office, but will they make it?? More on the way in which Israeli […]
After the failed cyber attack on Iran’s nuclear facilities by the so-called Stuxnet computer worm in 2010, the appearance of a new super virus has raised many questions about the reliability of anti viruses that are commonly used worldwide. The malware “Flame” was detected in Iran after targeting the country’s oil networks just last month.