27/08/2004

All your base

are belong to us ...


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24/08/2004

J'aime pas ...

... les big endian et les little endian ...

pff ...

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20/08/2004

De zoete drôme wordt gemaakt van dit

By Vakantie Lenox ...

Ca y est, on l'a notre gîte pour septembre ... coup de bol, le gîte 2 personnes n'étaient plus libre, mais on peut disposer du gîte 4-6 personnes pour le même prix ...

Sur la photo montage: le château de Grignan, la ferme qui nous accueille, le gîte et un guss qui ramasse du raisin, histoire de remplir un peu l'image :-)

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18/08/2004

Martin Luther Vacantie

Ik maak een drôme

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13/08/2004

mon nouveau joujou

... depuis le temps que je le voulais :-)

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10/08/2004

retrouvez

toute les avatars south parks des skynetblogs ici

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(fée) lucie aussi ...




Son blog est ici

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09/08/2004

vu la mode ambiante sur la blogosphère ...

... je m'y suis mis aussi ...

et vous?



PS: manque de choix dans leur bibliothèque de cheveux ... :-(

PS2: Je précise que ce que vous croyez être un pointeur de souris lamentablement laissé lors de la capture d'image n'est en fait que la porte vers un quantum d'énergie planétaire laissé là par un chromosome Y lors d'un bref passage sur le quai des allumés ... merci Gummy :-)

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Help Make Blogs More Visible!

There are by some estimates more than a million weblogs. But most of them get no visibility in search engines. Only a few "A-List" blogs get into the top search engine results for a given topic, while the majority of blogs just don't get noticed. The reason is that the smaller blogs don't have enough links pointing to them. But this posting could solve that. Let's help the smaller blogs get more visibility!

This posting is GoMeme 4.0. It is part of an experiment to see if we can create a blog posting that helps 1000's of blogs get higher rankings in Google. So far we have tried 3 earlier variations. Our first test, GoMeme 1.0, spread to nearly 740 blogs in 2.5 days. This new version 4.0 is shorter, simpler, and fits more easily into your blog.

Why are we doing this? We want to help thousands of blogs get more visibility in Google and other search engines. How does it work? Just follow the instructions below to re-post this meme in your blog and add your URL to the end of the Path List below. As the meme spreads onwards from your blog, so will your URL. Later, when your blog is indexed by search engines, they will see the links pointing to your blog from all the downstream blogs that got this via you, which will cause them to rank your blog higher in search results. Everyone in the Path List below benefits in a similar way as this meme spreads. Try it!

Instructions: Just copy this entire post and paste it into your blog. Then add your URL to the end of the path list below, and pass it on! (Make sure you add your URLs as live links or HTML code to the Path List below.)

Path List
1. Minding the Planet
2. Le tout et n'importe quoi made in jimich
3. (your URL goes here! But first, please copy this line and move it down to the next line for the next person).


(NOTE: Be sure you paste live links for the Path List or use HTML code.)

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GoMeme 3.0 - So Funny: CIA Asks Bush to Stop Blogging

(GoMeme 3.0 - Note: This is not an ordinary article. We have added some special information at the end. Read this entire article, and then follow the instructions at the end to pass it on in a new way...)

WASHINGTON, DC—In the interest of national security, President Bush has been asked to stop posting entries on his three-month-old personal web log, acting CIA director John E. McLaughlin said Monday.

According to McLaughlin, several recent entries on PrezGeorgeW. typepad.com have compromised military operations, while other posts may have seriously undercut the PR efforts of White House press secretary Scott McClellan.

A July 24 posting read, "Just got back from a lunch with Colin and Adil Moussa (one of Prince Saud al-Faisal's guys). Colin wants the Saudis to send some troops to Najaf—so some of the soldiers are Arab, I guess. This Moussa guy sure wears a lot of jewelry. A golden chain, a golden ring with his initials or something, and some other sparkling stuff—kinda effeminate. Anyway, best of luck in Iraq, Iyad."

McLaughlin, normally hesitant to express public disapproval of the president, said the blog was "ill-advised."

"I would hate for the president to inadvertently put American soldiers at risk," McLaughlin said. "We work hard to maintain the integrity of state secrets. When we see the president posting details of troop movements, international counter-terrorism negotiations, and even the nuclear launch codes, as he did on Monday, we have to step up and say something."

Bush said he could not understand McLaughlin's anger, characterizing his blog as a "personal thing written for friends and family or whoever" and therefore "none of the CIA's business."

Nevertheless, U.S. Secret Service director W. Ralph Basham objected to the blog, as well.

"He is compromising his safety and the safety of those in my department," Basham said, citing a post from last Thursday in which Bush revealed that he "had to go to some secret meeting with Norquist at some Marriot [sic] over in Virginia." "Someone could uncover some serious state secrets, if they took the time to wade through all of those photos he posted after he got that digital camera in June."

On Saturday, Basham asked to pre-screen all blog activity before Bush posts it online.

Bush rejected Basham's request and later that day wrote in his blog that "Some people who shall remain nameless apparently do not know there is such a thing as free speech in this country."

Members of Bush's re-election team have urged the president to exercise caution with his blog, perhaps because of posts like the one dated July 8, 2004: "Another long day of speeches and fundraisers. Met with all these phony media company execs. Had to promise them some bill next term and shake a lot of stupid hands, but they did bring in two or three million or so. Whatever. Karl keeps a list. I got big laughs during my speech, so I'm happy."

Republican National Committee chairman Ed Gillespie said he spoke to Bush about the blog last month.

"After he mentioned our Monday message-of-the-day in a Saturday post, we've really been pushing him to not talk about campaign strategy," Gillespie said. "He's not that involved in the planning anyway, so it shouldn't be too much to ask."

"We're not trying to stifle the president's creativity," Gillespie added. "We think it's great he's taking an interest in writing."

Bush maintained that he's doing nothing wrong.

"I know so many people, but I'm way too busy to keep in touch with all of them," Bush said. "Whether I'm talking about our strategies in Gitmo or my dogs down in Crawford, the blog is an easy way to let everyone know what's been up with me. If I've just had a really good lunch at a new restaurant, or something funny happens in a briefing from the NSA, I want to let my friends and family know about it."

McLaughlin said it's likely that Bush will eventually agree to submit his blog for review by the Secret Service.

"Right now, the president insists it's his right to have it, as long as he doesn't work on it during White House work hours," McLaughlin said. "But I believe we'll be able to convince him, if we let him calm down. And even if we don't, frankly, I can't see the blog holding his interest for too long."

See below for some imporant information...

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The original article is located at: The Onion
PATH LIST --- How This GoMeme Got to My Blog

What is this "Path List" for, what is a GoMeme, and how does adding my blog to the list raise my blog's Google rankings??? Read the FAQ)

(Instructions: copy this entire article, including this Path List into your blog. Next, add an entry for your blog to the end of the Path List. People who get it from you will then have a link back to your blog. This is an experiment to use a host meme -- this funny article -- to spread links to blogs. Find out more about the experiment and how it works at the link above. Please join us in testing this!)

1. www.mindingtheplanet.net Minding the Planet, mindingtheplanet309a9
2. jimich.skynetblogs.be Le tout et n'importe quoi made in Jimich, jimich134dfslmkdf
3. (Your Entry Goes Here -- add an entry for your blog here in the form: URL, hotlink, optional GUID.)
4. (Add a new line here for the next person after you, containing a copy of the instructions in the previoius line)

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GoMeme 2.0 - Help Test This Meme And Get A Higher Google Rank For Your Blog

GoMeme 2.0 -- Copy This GoMeme From This Line to The End of this article, and paste into your blog. Then follow the instructions below to fill it out for your site.

Steal This Post!!!! This is a GoMeme-- a new way to spread an idea along social networks. This is the second generation meme in our experiment in spreading ideas. To find out what a GoMeme is, and how this experiment works, or just to see how this GoMeme is growing and discuss it with others, visit the Root Posting and FAQ for this GoMeme at www.mindingtheplanet.net .

By adding this GoMeme to your Weblog you can get higher Google rankings for your site, and help your friends get higher Google rankings too. Your blog will be linked from every other blog that discovers this GoMeme downstream from your blog (from your readers, their readers, and so on). And that will raise your Google rankings in proportion to the number of downstream bloggers that get this GoMeme from you and post it to their blogs. The more people who blog the GoMeme from your blog, the better your Google rankings will get.

By hosting this meme on your blog, you will also be participating in an experiment to generate a distributed Blog survey and test how memes spread through social networks. The dataset from this experiment is public, open and decentralized -- every blog that participates hosts their own data about their own blog. Anyone can then get the whole dataset by just searching Google for this unique string: 98818912959q This code is the "global unique identifier," or GUID for this GoMeme -- it marks every web page that participates in this GoMeme so that it can later be found with all the others. (Note it may take a week or longer before Google indexes your blog, so be patient).


Disclaimer

This is purely an experiment and is just for fun. We are really just curious to see what will happen and this is not a commercial project. Participation is voluntary. We don't mean to annoy anyone. However, if you don't have much curiosity, or at least a sense of humor, you may find this experiment to be upsetting. In that case, you might try drinking a good strong cup of coffee. If after that you are still unhappy with us, just don't read any further and have a great day! (If you don't want your blog to get better Google rankings, that's purely your choice!) On the other hand, if you are interested in exploring new technologies and pushing the envelope, then keep reading and we look forward to your participation in this experiment. We also request that participants in this experiment refrain from spamming anyone with this GoMeme. To spread it, just put it on your blog; that should be enough.


INSTRUCTIONS FOR ADDING THIS GOMEME TO YOUR OWN SITE


Step 1 First, to add your site to this experiment, copy the GoMeme to your site from the "Copy This GoMeme From Here" heading above to the End of this article. Please copy this whole article and try not to alter the text so that it is authentic for the people who get it from your blog. If you would like to come up with your own catchy headline, or anything else to help your GoMeme spread, feel free! Let's see what works best.

Step 2: Now, fill in your answers to these Required Survey Fields (Note: Replace the answers below with your own answers). These will later be automatically data-mined by bots to compile the survey results.

(1) I found this GoMeme at URL: http://www.mindingtheplanet.com

(2) I found this GoMeme on date (day/month/year):09/08/04

(3) I found this GoMeme at time (in GMT format): 07:20:00

(4) I foundit via "Newsreader Software" or "Browsing the Web" or "Searching the Web" or "An E-Mail Message": Browsing the Web

(5) I posted this GoMeme at my URL (use a hyperlink): http://jimich.skynetblogs.be

(6) I posted this on date (day/month/year): 09/08/04

(7) I posted this at time (in GMT format): 07:25:00

(8) My posting location is (city, state, country): Mons, Hainaut, Belgium

Step 3: If you're feeling very altruistic today, also fill in these optional survery fields (Replace the answers below with your own answers):

(9) My Weblog is hosted by: http://www.skynetblogs.be

(10) My age is: 27

(11) My gender is: Male

(12) My occupation is: Voice Technology Development Engineer

(13) I use the following RSS/Atom reader software: http://www.skynetblogs.be

(14) I use the following software to post to my blog: http://www.skynetblogs.be

(15) I have been blogging since (day, month, year): 05/08/03

(16) My web browser is: Mozilla Firefox 0.9.3

(17) My operating system is: Windows XP Pro

Step 4:Now add an entry for your site after the last entry in the PATH LIST below:
Your entry should be of the form: line number, URL, hyperlink, optional personal GUID for your blog.

(Note: If you would like to track all postings of the Meme that result from your posting of it, once Google has indexed them, you may add your own optional GUID after your hyperlink on your line of the Path List -- just make sure it is short, unique, and doesn't return any results on Google -- for example "mysitename137a2r28". Also note, if the path list gets too long, you should still try to include the whole path in your blog -- even if you have to put the list on a continuation page rather than the excerpt for your posting -- and make sure others copy the whole GoMeme along with your Path List when they get the GoMeme from you -- If they don't copy it, your blog and your upstream blogs won't be linked from their blogs).

PATH LIST

1. http://www.mindingtheplanet.net Minding The Planet, mindingtheplanet14798
2 http://jimich.skynetblogs.be Le tout et n'importe quoi made in jimich jimich124dfslmkdf
3. (your Path List entry goes here in the form URL, hyperlink, GUID. Also, please add a new line after this one, for the next person.)

The End

You did it! Now spread it! If all goes well and others find this GoMeme from your blog, you should see some interesting results. Please comment back on the original post and tell us how you're doing or what you observe, if anything noteworthy happens.

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05/08/2004

GoMeme 1.0 - Testing Meme Propagation In Blogspace: Add Your Blog!

This posting is a community experiment that tests how a meme, represented by this blog posting, spreads across blogspace, physical space and time. It will help to show how ideas travel across blogs in space and time and how blogs are connected. It may also help to show which blogs are most influential in the propagation of memes. The dataset from this experiment will be public, and can be located via Google (or Technorati) by doing a search for the GUID for this meme (below).

The original posting for this experiment is located at: Minding the Planet (Permalink: http://novaspivack.typepad.com/nova_spivacks_weblog/2004/08/a_sonar_ping_of.html) – results and commentary will appear there in the future.

Please join the test by adding your blog (see instructions, below) and inviting your friends to participate — the more the better. The data from this test will be public and open; others may use it to visualize and study the connectedness of blogspace and the propagation of memes across blogs.

UPDATE
The GUID for this experiment is: as098398298250swg9e (Note: this replaces the longer, original GUID -- listed below -- which didn't format nicely in narrow column layouts. Those sites still using the longer GUID will still be found in the data set).

The above GUID enables anyone to easily search Google or other search engines for all blogs that participate in this experiment, once they have indexed the sites that participate, which may take several days or weeks. To locate the full data set, just search for the any sites that contain either the short GUID (above) or the long GUID (for your reference, the long GUID is a single 72 character string comprised of the following segments put together with the white-spaces removed: as098398298250swg9e 98929872525389t9987 898tq98wteqtgaq6201 0920352598gawst -- they are listed here as different segments so that they will format better in narrow column layouts.)

The GUID for this experiment is: as098398298250swg9e98929872525389t9987898tq98wteqtgaq62010920352598gawst (this GUID enables anyone to easily search Google (or Technorati) for all blogs that participate in this experiment). Anyone is free to analyze the data of this experiment. Please publicize your analysis of the data, and/or any comments by adding comments onto the original post (see URL above). (Note: it would be interesting to see a geographic map or a temporal animation, as well as a social network map of the propagation of this meme.)

INSTRUCTIONS

To add your blog to this experiment, copy this entire posting to your blog, and then answer the questions below, substituting your own information, below, where appropriate. Other than answering the questions below, please do not alter the information, layout or format of this post in order to preserve the integrity of the data in this experiment (this will make it easier for searchers and automated bots to find and analyze the results later).

REQUIRED FIELDS (Note: Replace the answers below with your own answers)

* (1) I found this experiment at URL: http://www.somebaudy.com/
* (2) I found it via “Newsreader Software” or “Browsing the Web” or “Searching the Web” or “An E-Mail Message”:Browsing the Web
* (3) I posted this experiment at URL: http://jimich.skynetblogs.be/
* (4) I posted this on date (day, month, year): 03/08/04
* (5) I posted this at time (24 hour time): 12:43:00
* (6) My posting location is (city, state, country): Mons, Belgium

OPTIONAL SURVEY FIELDS (Replace the answers below with your own answers):

* (7) My blog is hosted by: www.skynetblogs.be
* (8) My age is: 27
* (9) My gender is: Male
* (10) My occupation is: electrical civil engineer
* (11) I use the following RSS/Atom reader software: -
* (12) I use the following software to post to my blog: User interface of www.skynetblogs.be
* (13) I have been blogging since (day, month, year): 28/05/03
* (14) My web browser is: Mozilla FireFox 0.9
* (15) My operating system is: WinXP Pro

Step 4: Don’t forget to add your URL after the last URL in the PATH LIST below:

(Note: This path shows the sequence of blogs that this meme travelled through to reach your blog. Add your blog’s homepage URL to the end of this list, if you want your blog’s Google rankings to be raised as others get the meme from your blog.)

PATH LIST:

1. http://www.mindingtheplanet.net

2. http://climbtothestars.org/

3. http://www.somebaudy.com

4. http://jimich.skynetblogs.be

5. (your URL goes here; also, please add a new line after this one, for the next person.)

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04/08/2004

En me promenant ...

... sur l'annuaire des artisans francophones ...
j'y ai découvert un artisanat ... comment dire ... spécial ...

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03/08/2004

Testing Meme Propagation In Blogspace: Add Your Blog! (UPDATED)

Post updated: new post here

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