Saturday, 28 June 2008
hmmmmm.....which was best 7, 8 or 9.......year 7............this was the first year at ricky meeting new people friends and teachers going to wales and having alot of fun.............year 8 was a gooood year no exams but we didnt have a holiday and friendship groups changed and i met the 3 most amazing friends who will always be there for me and alot of other goood friends aswell.........year 9 this year was a goood year we came top of our league in netball and had fun playing basketball i also got nominated for the effort and achievment award and we are also going to spain next week!!!!!!!!! but have had to choose GCSE options and had to revise for sats..............so in all i think year 9 was the best as my amazing friends are still my amazing friends now and i achieved more this year! Thankyou Isi Emma and Freya for being great friends this year!!!!!!!!!!
Thursday, 26 June 2008
More bloggers than ever face arrest for exposing human rights abuses or criticising governments, says a report. Since 2003, 64 people have been arrested for publishing their views on a blog, says the University of Washington annual report. In 2007 three times as many people were arrested for blogging about political issues than in 2006, it revealed. More than half of all the arrests since 2003 have been made in China, Egypt and Iran, said the report.
Saturday, 21 June 2008
The world’s largest and most successful search engine is no stranger to controversy regarding people’s privacy. Google strives to bring new and innovative products to the web that generally make information more accessible to everyone. In their latest attempt, Google made an interesting addition to their Google Maps feature. It’s called "street view” and it gives users the ability to zoom down to the street level of a city on a map and see actual photographs and panorama views. Obviously this isn’t the case in every single neighborhood but in most big cities you are able to see what was going on in the city at the time the photographs were taken.
With all these potentially embarrassing or private moments available to the entire world, the privacy question comes into play.
Thursday, 19 June 2008
Saturday, 14 June 2008
what are you scared of???....i am terrified of cows.....it sounds really stupid but one chased me when i was about 4 years old and every time i see one i either run away, scream or cry!!!.....pathetic really!!!!
sooo.....what are you scared of????......post a comment and tell me
i stole this idea from isi moore....sooo.....wat are peoples embarrassing moments???
mine was when i got a take-away and was really hyper....i was eating a chip upside down (like you do) and i swallowed it and it ended up my nose...YUK.....that was really embarrassing even though only me and my family and you know about it!!!
i told you mine now u can tell me yours.....plz post a comment with your embarrasing moment!!!