Blog 4 Jordan Day

Visitor of the day


  • You
    from

Brag Stats

  • Comments:25,004
  • Articles:2,000
  • Article Hits:12,459,805
  • Unique Visitors:2,000,438
  • Rss Subscribers:3,052
  • Comment Subscribers:2,530
  • Spammers:136,315
  • Generated :757,671 spams
  • Monitoring:3,942,477 spam IPs
Powered by Qwaider Shield

Recent Comments

Check out the latest pictures on Sweetestmemories

« Married vs Single... The battle continuesSex and the city - of Amman »

The Jordanian Blogging Ten Commandments


    • Currently 4.6/5 Stars.
    • 1
    • 2
    • 3
    • 4
    • 5

    Rated 4.6/5 stars (100 votes cast)

    There shalt not be one good aggregaterth

    Thou shalt have not agreement on a single issue

    Moses - The Ten Commandments

    Thou shalt stop making more aggregatorth

    Thou shalt not use the name of the aggregatorth in vain

    Thou shalf not blogth on Thursday

    Honor thy elder blogerth

    Thou shalt not attack personally

    Thou shalf not steal others commenters

    Thou shalt not blogth false witness

    Thou shalt not covet thy neighbor's theme

    Other Memories Documented on August 24
    « Married vs Single... The battle continuesSex and the city - of Amman »

    Memories....

    and thou shalt not leaveth a comment as anonymous
    Thou shalt not impersonate thy neighbour's identity
    • #3
    • ANONYMOUS
    • Windows Internet Explorer
    • Said
    • On: 8/24/2007 10:28:58 AM
    "and thou shalt not leaveth a comment as anonymous"

    really? so you want people to go to jail or get killed or fired or tortured just so your highness can tell who they are report them to your boss at the mukhabarat? spare me.
    Anonymous, not really, you can still use a pseudonym (alias) as many do. The point isn't to know your full name but just to distinguish your post from the great see of anonymity.

    Besides it doesn't matter whether you live in the US or Jordan, the Mukhabarat if motivated to do so will still be able to tell which internet account you used to make your post.

    Why do you think you have to provide ID even at an internet cafe ? You are anonymous from other surfers not Governments. This is for example why there are laws against exporting encryption technologies. Whatever encryption technology is available to the public can be broken by the government in little or no time. Its not really the pseudonyms or encryption or SSL that make it difficult to track people on the web, its the sheer amount of information, and the number of people.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Carnivore_%28FBI%29
    You too can have your Memories Documented

    Country:

    HTML has been disabled but if you wish to add any hyprlinks or text formating you can use any of the following codes: [B]bold text[/B], [I]italic text[/I], [U]underlined text[/U], [S]strike through text[/S], [URL]http://www.yourlink.com[/URL], [URL=http//www.yourlink.com]your text[/URL]

    Whisper (your comment will not be displayed)

    Please refer to Commenting policy


    Notify me of follow-up comments by email
    « Married vs Single... The battle continuesSex and the city - of Amman »
    Read by:
  • Guests(2)-
  • |
  • Guest-
  • |
  • wonders-
  • |
  • Guests(13)-
  • |
  • Guests(2)-
  • |
  • Guests(11)-
  • |
  • Guests(53)-
  • |
  • Guests(265)-
  • |
  • Guest-
  • |
  • Guests(12)-
  • |
  • Guests(444)-
  • |
  • Guests(2)-
  • |
  • bakkouz-
  • |
  • Guests(7)-
  • |
  • Guests(19)-
  • |
  • Guests(20)-
  • |
  • Guests(100)-
  • |
  • Ammar -
  • |
  • Guests(27)-
  • |
  • Guests(12)-
  • |
  • Guests(3)-
  • |
  • Guest-
  • |
  • Guest-
  • |
  • Guests(6)-
  • |
  • ANONYMOUS-
  • |
  • aya-
  • |
  • bakkouz-
  • |
  • bambam-
  • |
  • Batir Wardam-
  • |
  • Dave-
  • |
  • Deemco-
  • |
  • Firas-
  • |
  • Guests(44)-
  • |
  • Hani Obaid-
  • |
  • LostWithin-
  • |
  • Maher-
  • |
  • manal y-
  • |
  • Mazz-
  • |
  • Nada-
  • |
  • Naryat-
  • |
  • Roger-
  • |
  • Saned-
  • |
  • Suha-
  • |
  • Guests(21)-
  • |
  • Guests(64)-
  • |
  • Guests(3)-
  • |
  • Prefer not to say-
  • |
  • Guest-
  • |
  • Guests(3)-
  • |
  • Guests(3)-
  • |
  • Guests(2)-
  • |
  • Guest-
  • |
  • Guest-
  • |
  • Guests(262)-
  • |
  • Guests(10)-
  • |
  • Guest-
  • |
  • Guests(2)-
  • |
  • Guest-
  • |
  • Guest-
  • |
  • Guests(121)-
  • |
  • Guests(21)-
  • |
  • Isam-
  • |
  • Guests(156)-
  • |
  • Guests(6)-
  • |
  • Guest-
  • |
  • Guests(2)-
  • |
  • Guest-
  • |
  • Guests(59)-
  • |
  • believer not atheist-
  • |
  • Guests(3303)-
  • |
  • Hareega-
  • |
  • hatem abunimeh-
  • |
  • kinzi-
  • |
  • Maioush-
  • |
  • Mohanned-
  • |
  • Rami-
  • |
  • secratea-
  • |
  • Shy-
  • |
  • Verbal Alchemy-
  • |
  • Guests(2)-
  • |
  • Guests(2)-
  • |
  • Guests(14)-