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Today in Internet History… September 18, 2007

Posted by Philip Ryan in Random Notes.
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ICANN took over the internet in 1998. ICANN is responsible for accrediting domain name registrars.

Monks protesting in the western Burmese city of Sittwe were tear-gassed by the military junta.

A note on the Nashville Change Your Mind Day.

Zen and the art of handling a divorce — but not Zen with a capital Z.

kallianpur1.jpgCanadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper will meet with the Dalai Lama and is not worried about the inevitable abuse from Beijing that will follow. GWB invited his good buddy the DL to the White House in 2003.

CA Kallianpur, (pictured) National Coordinator of Friends of Tibet (FOT) disappeared while traveling in India.

Also, the “government” of Iraq does something right: They want Blackwater out. More here.

– Philip Ryan

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1. Loden Jinpa - September 18, 2007

-Apparently a couple of the monks in Burma were killed 😦

-It amazes me how this can still go on in such a connected world!

-And go on the Canadian PM. Our Australian PM only meet with HHDL because we are in the middle of an election period and the opposition leader said he would, so our PM didn’t want to be left out in the cold.
Someone once told me…
Politics is Hollywood for ugly people! I thought that was very funny


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