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For the first time Wikipedia is protesting against something by remaining offline for 24 hours, worldwide, beginning at 05:00 UTC on Wednesday, January 18 2012. The blackout is a protest against proposed legislation in the United States — the Stop Online Piracy Act (SOPA) in the U.S. House of Representatives, and the PROTECT IP Act (PIPA) in the U.S. Senate. If passed, these bills would seriously damage the free and open Internet, including Wikipedia. Only English version of Wikipedia will be offline on Wednesday for 24 hours.

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As soon as any useful online service is launched and get popular, its copies start to follow. After some time user does not know that where he is heading, might not be actual original service. We all know TWITTER. I tweet, you probably also tweet or you may tweet sometime later, my friend tweet, my friend’s grandma tweets. I know we are humans but many of us tweet using twitter. Let’s see the funny aspect of it. So what are these Tweetag and Twollow…

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by on October 29th, 2007


  • Meet people who will be in the same place as you!
  • Keep a log of your past, present and future travels.
  • See where your friends are and what they are up to?
  • Keep your friends informed of your whereabouts.
  • Share experiences, trip details, photos, journals.
  • Use Mail, SMS, chatboards, and instant messenger.
  • Log your trips! See who is where? Make new friends!

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