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Why did Facebook buy Instagram | What’s so special about Instagram

April 11, 2012 by


To find out why Facebook bought Instagram for a cool 1 Billion Dollars check out my aricle (link provided below) Cheers Ezzk Advertisements

Exclusive Anarcrypt Articles

April 9, 2012 by


If this is your first time at Anarcrypt then you should definitely check out these popular articles: Computer Security:                                      See all the links here

The hacking blog: has been SHIFTED!!!!

February 19, 2010 by


I am guilty for a lot of things folks .. the most critical one of them being not posting on this blog for 2 months now Those of you who have been following me on facebook and twitter will know that I was trying to make a forum where hackers can share their knowledge and […]

The Best Gadgets

December 3, 2009 by


“What gadget should I get?” is a timeless question. To answer it, here’s some of the favorite gadgets, from smartphones, laptops and cameras to vacuums, rechargeable batteries and earphones. Smartphones • The Best Smartphones: We like the iPhone, the Motorola Droid because it runs Android 2.0 operating system, and the Palm Pre for people who […]

How to make Idli Sambar : D

December 2, 2009 by


CONTENT DELETED subject NOT AT ALL in line with the theme of this blog. – i.e. HACKING/CRACKING also prior permission not acquired from author. AGAINST PRIVACY POLICY OF ANARCHIA note: Eriboss, be careful with this sort of thing. taking stuff of Gizmodo and other such places without permission will land you in legal shit! from […]

Bandai’s Mugen Tokoroten Repeats Niche Pleasure of Squeezing Sea Algae

December 2, 2009 by


Popping bubblewrap, or opening beer cans just not your obsessive compulsive cup of tea? Here’s another toy for Bandai’s Mugen range: the Mugen Tokoroten, which simulates squeezing a sea algae snack. 630 Yen for our Japanese brethren. [CNET Asia] Source: Gizmodo

I Don’t Like LHC Scientist’s Quotes That Start With “If It Does Destroy the World…”

December 1, 2009 by


  It’s good to know that quotes like this—by Dr Paul Jackson, a particle physicist looking for the Higgs boson on the LHC Atlas experiment—come with a context: For me, it’s nonsense to say that there are forces coming back from the future to stop the machine from working. It really is just ridiculous to […]