Follow-up on the acne treatment with Brevoxyl

About three months ago I wrote an article on the truth about acne. Since then I’ve been using the benozyl peroxide featuring cream Brevoxyl every single day. Before you ask this is not a paid-for productplacement ad or any of … Read more

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I’m not bothered about cookies and privacy intrusion, Firefox privacy feature deletes all cookies on close

You know those cookie opt-in/opt-out information bars that you regularly spot when you surf around (mostly big) websites? Here’s one from The fuzz is that cookies can be used to identify users on subsequent visits, therefore a possible privacy … Read more

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Alt-Gr not working, how I fixed it

It’s really, really annoying writing PHP with a Norwegian keyboard when the Alt-Gr button doesn’t work (darn elusive dollar sign $). It’s a fairly vague issue so even Google can have a hard time giving you the answer, anyway here’s … Read more

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My site now respects the Do Not Track (DNT) header [UPDATED]

Update: The tracking is no longer completely removed when DNT is enabled but all IP addresses are anonymized. I remind you about the Google Analytics Opt-Out plugin if you want to avoid tracking all together. Google Analytics will from now … Read more

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Do Not Track (DNT) scares the advertisement industry, and with good reason ..

They think they can’t live without it. Here’s my proposal on how to deal with it. Qualitative data > quantitative data Quantitative data, tracking statistics, is error prone. It can be misleading and it’s almost impossible to interpret the data. … Read more

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How I fixed a black screen on startup on Windows 7

So the situation was: black screen on normal startup, but safe mode worked fine. I originally thought something was wrong with the startup process itself, perhaps BitLocker had gotten corrupted, but a startup repair eventually ruled that out. Seems like … Read more

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Bangkok is not really handicap accessible

Want to take the skytrain with that baby carriage? Sorry, no can do pal. Only stairs takes you to the platforms. Also prepare for akward situations when you want to cross the streets or move around between shopping malls in … Read more

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Funky showers and Ramada Encore hotel in Bangkok

These kind of showers are awesome. They got those in Ramada Encore hotel in Bangkok. I highly recommend that hotel; reasonable price, good standard, good location (between Asok and Nana station), free wifi (though insecure), decent tv channels. But whatever … Read more

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Facepalm-worthy lyrics of today’s pop songs

Am I the only one who finds it hilarious that many of these new pop songs are about convincing girls to have sex (one-night stands I presume) with them because “live while we’re young” and “there might not be tomorrow”? … Read more

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Movie comments part 1

I’ve been watching a bunch of movies lately so I’ve decided to share a few comments on a few of them: Transporter 2 (2005) Really, really, really terrible movie. The Last Airbender (2010) The creators have obviously not played Pokémon.. … Read more

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