Panitia Pengawas Pemilu (Panwaslu) DKI Jakarta tengah menyelidiki dugaan pelanggaran kampanye berbau SARA yang dilakukan Rhoma Irama untuk menjatuhkan kandidat tertentu. Panwaslu akan memanggil Raja Dangdut tersebut untuk diperiksa hari ini, Jumat (3/8). Jika benar terjadi pelanggaran, pelaku akan dikenakan pasal 78 huruf i tentang penggunaan tempat ibadah untuk kampanye dan pelanggaran Undang-undang nomor 32 tahun 2004. Pelaku akan diancam hukuman penjara dan denda.”
I am not sure whether I should laugh or sad or… both.
2 Indonesian jobseekers were offered to work as government intelligence but instead of getting the work, they got their faces tattooed.
I am not sure whether i should sad or laugh, but i feel sorry for the lad.
This is the second time LippoBank do stupid things to me and this time i believe it will be more if i continue to use their banking services.
Got this phish email yesterday:
Dear valued users LippoNetBank,
I chatted with my old friend over internet messenger. I criticized his business’s website and his current webmaster because i believe the site has been there in the internet for years but never reach the finished look.
A family, an owner of a newly purchased house found a secret room which apparently contains their worst nightmare.
The secret room in the old mill home on Whitten Street in Greenville’s Dunean section contained a handwritten letter from the previous owner titled, “You Found It!”
Here’s a cool story from Techcrunch:
According to the BBC Prince is using Web Sheriff to demand that fans remove all and any album covers, images of him in concert and any Prince lyrics from their fan sites. Sites that fail to act on the demands should expect legal action to follow as Prince is claiming breach of copyright.
Check this out from The Denver Channel:
An admittedly drowsy driver has been ticketed following an incident that was all caught on videotape. The woman drove for more than 30 miles in the Denver metro area while she was nodding off.
I think this is funny, via techcrunch:
This is not the first attempt to parody or lash back at more mainstream (and self-serious) social networking websites and the general trend towards constant online interconnectedness. Way back in Spring 2006 we reported on a couple of anti-social web services, and this past August we wrote about a website that encourages users to unplug themselves from everything, including each other. With the development of the Facebook platform, we are even seeing these efforts made within Facebook itself, with the Enemybook app.
This is me at my stupidest concious. I have a new cute friend from Facebook. When i came back from lunch i figure out she add the hotness application and add my as her hot list. Then i log in to my Facebook account and add new picture to my profile.
Speaking of Indonesian Facebook users, i’ve just added one dude as a friend because i found him post a message in music forum. Then he sent me message asking, ‘where do you know me from?’ I answer his question politely because i wouldn’t mind to have more friends from the internet. Of course, why not.