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On Al-Jazeera!

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I’ve been interviewed and filmed by Al-Jazeera’s Hashim Ahelbarra (the English channel) about a couple of weeks ago, the segment is airing in their news program throughout the day today Nov 8th, ’07. If you’re interested in watching, you can do so online (click here or click “watch now” on their front page). Hope you like it. update: If the schedule doesn’t change, it looks like they’re rebroadcasting it at around 25 past the hour every …

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Ooops!

Sorry. Got fed up of spam so I instructed the hosting company to install SpamAssassin. Little did I know that that required a complete re-install of the OS in order for that Plesk license to work! After holding my head in my hands for a few minutes thinking of trying to find ways to buy a couple of bazookas to gift their projectiles to the hosting company, as you can see I’ve arrived at a better …

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Friday Video – 14 Sept, ’07

Finally! This “real” video thingy is taking the whole day to finish and then upload, but hey, I enjoy it tremendously and I hope you like it. I wish you a wonderful Friday, weekend, Ramadhan, Iftar, life, and every other good thing in your lives. [MEDIA=6] It’s about 50 megs! There’s a smaller YouTube version too now which should mangle it enough to be “reasonable” for poor Bahrainis, after taking permission from Batelco of course, although …

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Ramadhan Kareem!

I wish you all a very happy, peaceful, spiritual and fulfilling Ramadhan, may Allah return it on all of humanity in peace and tranquillity. the caption reads “It is now the athan al-maghreb time” (dusk call to prayer, the time at which the fast is broken) …

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Destination unknown

Of course it’s bloody well unknown if you watch this kind of video on a MTV while you’re already killing yourself on an elliptical cross-trainer from hell with a pulse monitor to boot. Is it any wonder that my pulse jumped from 145 to over 160 bpms? This was what was playing that early in the morning on MTV (not this Mtv mind you) and with the prevalence of satellite subscription in our homes, I am …

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