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It’s the first real look into the secret online world of the hermit state North Korea.

Naturally, the pricks on Reddit wasted no time crashing the already slow-loading scant websites full of recipes, streaming Korean movies, barebones circa 2005 social networking hub, and fawning, state-sponsored praise of the supreme leader.

You found a website which looks legit and has your favorite TV show. Basically, you need to sign up for the Love Thermometer by entering your phone number. There are many free and safe websites that offer file downloads and video streaming without annoying pop-up surveys.

You're about to watch it but the website brings you to a survey that you have to fill out to get to the content. Recently we stumbled upon another potentially harmful online survey which encourages users to install free 'Coupon Printer'.

It's endlessly fascinating: My favourite thing to do is go through the decades (from 1900) for the same country and listen to the soundtrack change.

If you ever get overwhelmed by the sheer volume of choice on Netflix, then Mubi is for you.

Fuck them.) You might think it’s hyperbole for Winer to say that Facebook is trying to kill the open web. I complain about Google AMP, but AMP is just a dangerous step toward a Google-owned walled garden — Facebook is designed from the ground up as an all-out attack on the open web. Blocking them from indexing Facebook content is a huge “fuck you” to anyone who cares about the longevity of the stuff they link to.

Marc Haynes’s Facebook post about Roger Moore is viewable by anyone, but: in the results because Facebook forbids search engines from indexing Facebook posts. Treat Facebook as the private walled garden that it is.

(For example, I’ve largely stopped linking to anything from Wired, because they have such an aggressive anti-ad-block detection scheme. The Internet Archive is our only good defense against broken links.In the country itself, only a few thousand people at most even have access to the internet. Of course, the fact that these websites even exist was leaked by accident. Pacific time, North Korea’s nameserver – that contains information about all of the “.kp” websites – was misconfigured, allowing it to be accessed. Everyone wants to save money, so Coupon Printer isn't such a bad idea after all.However, you need to read every single line very carefully before installing 'printers' and other software recommend in surveys.

(For example, I’ve largely stopped linking to anything from Wired, because they have such an aggressive anti-ad-block detection scheme. The Internet Archive is our only good defense against broken links.

In the country itself, only a few thousand people at most even have access to the internet.

Of course, the fact that these websites even exist was leaked by accident. Pacific time, North Korea’s nameserver – that contains information about all of the “.kp” websites – was misconfigured, allowing it to be accessed.

Everyone wants to save money, so Coupon Printer isn't such a bad idea after all.

However, you need to read every single line very carefully before installing 'printers' and other software recommend in surveys.

of a Facebook post to avoid linking to the original.