Posts Tagged ‘better future’

Bulgaria must be out of the European Union!

Wednesday, February 20th, 2013

Bulgaria to be out of European Union immediately. The only hope for restoration of Bulgarian Economy

Bulgaria is European Union state member since January 1 2007. I write this words with deep regret. We Bulgarians have already a bitter experience for being in hard conditions, practically the situation in Bulgaria is like this since the complete fall of Communism in 1991. We've been lied to hav better future in the European Union over the last years. 6 Years passed since our acceptance in EU and for this years I can say nothing changed for good in our country. We've seen "how good and bright" future awaits in the European Union over the last years. It is all lies, nothing changed for good for us Bulgarians, not that the communism was different but at least in Communism we had some working economy, now with this EU and all the restrictions (quotas for production), conditions to meet factories to close and reduction of our Atomic energy blocks, we've been totally wasted. If you walk the street you see the desperation and the absurdity of everything in my homeland. It is more than clear, that we need change and the only change can happen if we get out of the European Union. Our politicians made a huge mistake, for lobbying to join the EU. We become another waste country for Western second hand cars – a car graveyard. The old and hard to recycle cars has been pushed to my country. Old computers, low quality food from West, idiotic change of already working systems in the government with dis-functional Computerized ones. This is a very small list of all the shit we got from the EU. Big food store chains expanded there market, we are used for cheap labor and a hot-point for call-centers. We Bulgarians are literally used and abused by Western Civilization. We were bought as white slaves for "candies" and empty promises. If our politicians don't wake up and see Bulgaria is impossible to survive within the abnormal European Union our country is doomed. anyways we should not desparate, there is hope for us. God will help us for we've been tortured for 5 centuries by Turkish, we stopped invasion of Turks to Western Europe historically, we saved the Jews from extermination during Second World War. Bulgarians have always been a honest and good minded people. Now with this technological insanity adopted from the west and all the "going nowhere" of European union we're a miserable victim. Wake up dear Bulgarians, we have nothing in common with the European Union, neither writing, nor language nor our 15 century culture merges with most of EU countries. Even in religious aspect we're different. AThe only way with future for Bulgaria is out of the European Union and join forces with our Russian, Belarusian and other Slavonic brother nations. Rise brothers and sisters and lobby for Bulgaria being out of the European Union!!!!


Cloud Computing a possible threat to users privacy and system administrator employment

Monday, March 28th, 2011

Cloud Computing screenshot

If you’re employed into an IT branch an IT hobbyist or a tech, geek you should have certainly heard about the latest trend in Internet and Networking technologies the so called Cloud Computing

Most of the articles available in newspapers and online have seriously praised and put the hopes for a better future through cloud computing.
But is really the cloud computing as good as promised? I seriously doubt that.
Let’s think about it what is a cloud? It’s a cluster of computers which are connected to work as one.
No person can precisely say where exactly on the cluster cloud a stored information is located (even the administrator!)

The data stored on the cluster is a property of a few single organizations let’s say microsoft, amazon etc., so we as users no longer have a physical possession of our data (in case if we use the cloud).

On the other hand the number of system administrators that are needed for an administration of a huge cluster is dramatically decreased, the every day system administrator, who needs to check a few webservers and a mail server on daily basis, cache web data with a squid proxy cache or just restart a server will be no longer necessary.

Therefore about few million of peoples would have to loose their jobs, the people necessary to administrate a cluster will be probably no more than few thousands as the clouds are so high that no more than few clouds will exist on the net.

The idea behind the cluster is that we the users store retrieve our desktops and boot our operating system from the cluster.
Even loading a simple webpage will have to retrieve it’s data from the cluster.

Therefore it looks like in the future the cloud computing and the internet are about to become one and the same thing. The internet might become a single super cluster where all users would connect with their user ids and do have full access to the information inside.

Technologies like OpenID are trying to make the user identification uniform, I assume a similar uniform user identication will be used in the future in a super cloud where everybody, where entering inside will have access to his/her data and will have the option to access any other data online.

The desire of humans and business for transperancy would probably end up in one day, where people will want to share every single bit of information.
Even though it looks very cool for a sci-fi movie, it’s seriously scary!

Cloud computing expenses as they’re really high would be affordable only for a multi-national corporations like Google and Microsoft

Therefore small and middle IT business (network building, expanding, network and server system integration etc.) would gradually collapse and die.

This are only a few small tiny bit of concerns but in reality the problems that cloud computing might create are a way more severe.
We the people should think seriously and try to oppose cloud computing, while we still can! It might be even a good idea if a special legislation that is aming at limiting cloud computing can be integrated and used only inside the boundary of a prescribed limitations.

Institutions like the European Parliament should be more concerned about the issues which the use of cloud computing will bring, EU legislation should very soon be voted and bounding contracts stop clouds from expanding and taking over the middle size IT business.