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An apocalypse, translated literally from Greek, is a disclosure of knowledge. In religious contexts it is usually a disclosure of something hidden. In the Revelation of John, the last book of the New Testament, the revelation which John receives is that of the ultimate victory of good over evil and the end of the present age, and that is the primary meaning of the term, one that dates to 1175. Today, it is commonly used in reference to any prophetic revelation or so-called End Time scenario, or to the end of the world in general. According to some new  prophetic revelations, the apocalypse predicted by an intersection of Religions, Science, and Prophesies is coming, it is the beginning of the End. Java is removed from the world!

Just like the past couple of years the Javazone Conference in Norway released a funny promo for the event. This year they went for a more apocalyptic approach.

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Sometimes a browser needs to leave a little data on your computer, just a little 5-10KB nibblit, a cookie.

HTML5 is a hungrier beast than that, infact, the HTML5 Web Storage standard was developed to allow sites to store larger amounts of data (like 5-10 MB) than was previously allowed by cookies (like 4KB). localStorage is awesome because it’s supported in all modern browsers (Chrome, Firefox 3.5+, Safari 4+, IE 8+, etc.). But that's where it should end. But that's where it should end.

Thanks to a little HTML5 vulnerability, however, this site can and will fill your entire hard drive with trash. Specifically cats. Lots and lots of cats.

I can [not] think of so many legitimate uses for it.

The most messy website ever!

Friday, 16 November 2012 by is a huge Norwegian gadget sales site and it is surely one of the craziest and most messy website ever. The content is mostly up-to-date, but you guys can have more fun collecting all the animated objects than to do any real shopping. Spot the waving Santa Claus, find all the dancing robots, and the do not miss the hot 'PIKE.flashtits1.gif' among the remote controlled model helicopters. Check out the Christmas-themed footer, too! And, last but not least, the amazing flying saucer!!! Enjoy this link.

.Net vs Java

Friday, 02 November 2012 by

This is for you IT Tech Geeks out there...a little nerd humor. A dangerously funny trailer titled "Microsoft .NET vs Java". Check out the video clip. For a more serious comparison between the two technologies, check this link out.

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