Monthly Archives: November 2006

AfterpartY is Now on iTunes

My friends AfterpartY, the coolest pop/retro band in Toronto, Canada, and the world at large, are now offering their latest songs for sale via iTunes Music Store. So if you are an iPod lover, who happens to like 80s-style pop … Continue reading

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A Bad Shopping Experience

Since I live very close to where I work, a few weeks ago I decided to buy bicycles, and I decided to buy them online. I used a shopping portal called getit, which sold me the bicycles from a supplier … Continue reading

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There is No King In Israel

A couple of weeks ago I attended the 11th annual rally to commemorate Yitzhak Rabin’s memory. The memorial took place at Rabin Square in Tel Aviv; The square was previously named “Israel’s Kings square”, and was renamed after his assassination. … Continue reading

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God Save The Queen

A few weeks ago, I decided to register a Canadian domain name. Unlike the .com domains, .ca domains are reserved for Canadian citizens, residents, and various types of Canadian entities – public schools, municipalities, companies that hold Canadian trademarks, and … Continue reading

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