Helene Fischer Blitzer
Unsere Helene Fischer hatte bei den Proben zum Musikantenstadl ein wenig Pech, denn bei den Proben kam es zu einem klitzekleinen Slip-Blitzer von unsere vierzigfachen Gold- und PlatinkÃ¼nstlerin Helene Fischer.
Hundreds rally against taxes in Illinois (AP via Yahoo! Finance)
Two years ago Peggi Huiskens was laid off from her advertising job and since then has only found part-time work. On Wednesday, she and her husband joined hundreds of other protesters in Chicago, decrying what they called excessive government spending s...
US seeks deportation of accused Nazi guard
Washington - The US Justice Department on Wednesday urged a court to allow the deportation of Nazi-era war-crimes suspect John Demjanjuk to Germany. His attorney, John Broadley, filed an appeal to stop the deportation after the US Immigration Court in ...
U.S. and Germany weigh tax cuts
Reuters - The prospect of tax cuts in Germany and the United States brought investors a measure of New Year cheer on Monday, and a survey of euro zone investor sentiment showed an unexpected improvement.
Every BIT Worth the Wait: MyGreatWorld.com left BETA
Whether you love your city or if you really hate it: there is nothing more suited to describe the secrets of a spot to the global neighbourhood than PHOTOS - and, regretfully, vast masses of digital captures are still laying dormant on hard-drives around the world. By means of an advanced database-technology, photos at MyGreatWorld.com now become a database and an archive of time and place and a witness of change and development, revealing the fake designs in glossy travel-magazines etc.
Slashdot | Group Sues To Stop German E-Voting
The German hacker group Chaos Computer Club today sued the German State of Hessen to prevent the use of electronic voting machines (Google translation) in the upcoming elections on January 27. This comes as a follow-up to the Dutch initiative 'We don't trust voting machines,' which succeeded in banning the same type of voting machines in the Netherlands.