Google / Blogger Apologized!

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Kyle got a flu.

This morning when he drank his coffee with cream and I drank my green tea with lemon, He was telling me that Blogger finally admitted that they had made changes with their “comments policy” and removed an URL string.

Kyle was very upset that I put him in the bed (but he has a temperature 39C./102.2F.), so he asked me to write an article about new comment policy of Blogger…

Blogger says; “Right now, the only way to add a URL to your name when commenting is to sign your comment with OpenID. We apologize for removing the URL field from the comments form prematurely two weeks ago. That was a mistake on our part that came from launching OpenID support on Blogger in draft.”

This is Blogger full article: OpenID Commenting.

I am not sure how all this works, hope our readers from LiveJournal and another communities check it and tell us (is it convenient), like how Blogger tries to assure us…

Best wishes and take care!

Svet and Kyle {who always watches me (even from the bed) when I do articles ;)}

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Russia: Not Happy That; The Dollar is Melting!

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I was drinking my morning cup of coffee & thinking again about the American Dollar. I have written several articles about the Demise of the Dollar! I have now just read that the Canadian Dollar is worth more than the American Dollar. I think that I read some where that the Australian Dollar is worth the same as an American Dollar.

Seems to me that the world currencies are adjusting to be more equal with each other.

This downfall of the Dollar is causing Russia to have inflation problems. To the Russians; “It’s clear that Washington is not going to do anything to solve the problem that it has created. As former U.S. Treasury Secretary Connally also famously said, “The dollar may be our currency, but it’s your problem.” Especially in an election season next year, the United States is focused on how to minimize recessionary risks — hence lower interest rates and a bigger fiscal deficit.”(click: read more)

“Again, Russia is not alone in this predicament. Late last week, discussions within the Gulf Cooperation Council ended without any action to break the peg to the dollar, which places those countries in an identical inflationary predicament as Russia. Asian countries face similar concerns.

It’s clear that Washington is not going to do anything to solve the problem that it has created. As former U.S. Treasury Secretary Connally also famously said, “The dollar may be our currency, but it’s your problem.” Especially in an election season next year, the United States is focused on how to minimize recessionary risks — hence lower interest rates and a bigger fiscal deficit.

So will Russia and its economic partners continue to play the victim in order to maintain the dollar as the monetary anchor of the international financial system? Perhaps the time has come for Moscow to help organize a new cartel. No, nothing to do with energy, but rather a “sound money” cartel among those countries that collectively wish to reassert monetary stability. Of course, as we all know, this is just wishful thinking.

Martin Gilman, a former senior representative of the IMF in Russia, is a professor at the Higher School of Economics in Moscow.” (Moscow Times)

The Horizon looks bad for the American Dollar! Looks like America has some recession years coming up. I remember the past well.

Kyle

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