Monthly Archives: November 2010

Minsk oversnowed

Damn, it’s just the end of November and the whole city is in the snow. It’s attractive, and the night isn’t as dark as in summer. Despite this, it’s cold here. I had to buy some clothes urgently to feel … Continue reading

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Location-based Social Networking

I use a GPS-enabled Android-based Huawei U8230 smartphone. It’s really useful with GPS location implemented in numerous applications such as Twitter, Facebook, and Foursquare. There is already a swarm of Apple fans with iPhones using all available mobile traffic (thanks … Continue reading

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English humour inside out

You know, I’ve been defender of English humour between my friends for a long time since I learnt English so much that my knowledge was pretty enough to understand the humour. The root of all evil is in mistranslations, literal … Continue reading

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My cool header pic

The photo in the header of my blog is actually a panorama of the Slutsk Sugar Refinery taken by me in Słucak, my hometown, with Canon PowerShot A550 (its flashlight has been broken recently). I like to spend my free … Continue reading

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Some words about Belarus

Anyone is able to read an article on the specific topic right in Wikipedia. The best ones contribute to Wikipedia (I’m editor in Belarusian Taraškievica Wikipedia). But that’s not the point. Belarus has been given the name of The Last … Continue reading

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Hello… what?

Hi there. I’m Paul. I don’t really know how to write in English. 🙂 Although I know that one should practice to learn something. So do I. I’m a BSUIR undergraduate from Belarus. This blog is beign set up to … Continue reading

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