Trafiken får politikerna att trampa i nya spår – DN.SE.

Cykelhighways, cykelboxar och mer yta på bekostnad av bilarna. Så har Amsterdam, Köpenhamn, Malmö och Lund blivit kända cykelstäder. Nu väntas Stockholm gå åt samma håll.


Stockholm satsar på cyklister – DN.SE

Posted on 13th June, 2011 by admin

Stockholm satsar på cyklister – DN.SE.

Fler långa cykelstråk, upprustade cykelbanor och möjlighet för cyklister att köra mot rött och enkelriktat. Antalet cyklande i Stockholm har ökat kraftigt de senaste åren och den kaotiska trafiksituationen öppnar för en rad satsningar på cykelpendling.


Richard Dreyfuss reads the iTunes EULA | Reporters’ Roundtable Podcast – CNET Blogs.

This Friday’s Reporters’ Roundtable is on a topic that vexes us all: why are end user license agreements and terms of service so long and convoluted? To get ourselves in the mood for this show, we asked CNET fan (and Academy Award winner) Richard Dreyfuss if he’d help us out by doing a dramatic read of the Apple EULA. He said yes. So, without further ado, we present to you,

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EU skal granske bilde- funksjonen til Facebook – nyheter –

Frykter ufrivillig bildetagging krenker personvernet.


For their eyes only: Inside the world of the film censor – News, Films – The Independent.

Human Centipede II has become the latest movie to be banned by the British Board of Film Classification. But what was so bad about it – and who chooses what we can and can’t watch?


RSA finally comes clean: SecurID is compromised

Posted on 7th June, 2011 by admin

RSA finally comes clean: SecurID is compromised.

RSA Security is to replace virtually every one of the 40 million SecurID tokens currently in use as a result of the hacking attack the company disclosed back in March. The EMC subsidiary issued a letter to customers acknowledging that SecurID failed to protect defense contractor Lockheed Martin, which last month reported a hack attempt.


A Decline in Car Use in Britain: The Result of Policy and Practicality | TheCityFix.

Britain has been experiencing a decline in car use, reports the U.K.’s Independent. Between 2004 and 2008, British cities saw a nine percent decline in car trips per person and a 5 percent decline in traveled car distance.


Twitter unmasks anonymous British user in landmark legal battle | Technology | The Guardian.

California court forces site to reveal personal details of user accused of libelling local authority in north-east England


Friday Fun: Vertical Bike Storage for Urban Centers | TheCityFix.

Manifesto Architecture, a New York-based architectural design firm, created a vertical bike storage structure to be installed in underutilized urban spaces.  With bicycling as a growing means of transportation, the project, titled “Bike Hanger,” can help save sidewalk space for pedestrians by changing the axis of bicycle storage. The Ferris wheel-like structure can be installed on the sides of buildings and alleys, opening up the limited spaces of the urban landscape.

BBC – Newsbeat – Facebook should allow under-13s says Mark Zuckerberg.

Facebook founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg says he wants the social networking site to let children under the age of 13 use it.