Websites which block users from specific countries by their IP address (like Pandora) or redirect users to local websites (like Google) or display different content to different users based on their IP address (Google) are practicing Ipism, which is like racism or speciesism should be illegal discrimination of users based on their IP address. All internet users should be equal and should not be discriminated by their IP address, location, sex, age, race, nationality etc. Ipism should be illegal and websites such as Pandora should be closed, Google should be forced to display the same content to all users of all IP addresses and nobody should discriminate users by their IP address. And by the way, Google’s Inbox being limited to Google Chrome only is practicing browserism, which is discriminating users by their browsers. This should be illegal too.


Ipism – Speedypedia [alpha] – in English
Ipism – Speedypedia [alpha] – in Hebrew

Mark Zuckerberg: Why don’t you become vegan?

Mark Zuckerberg: I heard that you killed animals for meat. Why don’t you become vegan? Killing animals is cruel and immoral. It’s much better for your health, Earth and animals to be vegan!

I recommend taking the vegan pledge on http://evolvecampaigns.org.uk/ – you receive free ebooks that helps you become vegan. Especially I recommend the book “Street Smart Vegan” – it’s very good.

The fire of the Carmel

Yesterday we went to see what’s left from the forests of the Carmel. We saw many green trees, but also trees burned completely to the roots and partially burned trees. There were beautiful flowers, only about one week old, growing from the ground. There is smell of ashes all over the place. We wanted to see Beit Oren, but it’s not open for visitors. But we saw some of the burned houses. On the one hand it’s sad, but on the other hand I think the forest will grow again, and we should let nature do it naturally.