I can write about Msida all day long, however sometimes it’s better to just admire pictures of how beautiful our hometown is. Here are some photos that were shared on this Facebook group throughout the last few weeks. Most of these photos are decades old and some of them are actually over a hundred years old!
The European Union has voted for a permanent ban on pesticides that are harmful to bees. Three major neonicotinoid chemicals linked with the decline of pollinating insects will no longer be allowed outdoors across the region, building on existing restrictions in place since 2013. The near-total ban on these chemicals comes after mounting concern from scientists, environmental organisations and politicians about their impact on bees and the wider environment.
By now you definitely know that politics is one my major interests in life, however it’s not the only one. Not by a long shot! My first love has always been the Internet. Ever since I was a kid I was always immersed about the digital world, the unlimited power of the internet. Thanks to this passion I spend a lot of my time researching and learning about new technologies. Back in January I wrote a thorough walkthrough of how the international phone calls scam works and it happened to be a very popular article that was shared over 1400 times. This time I decided to write about the data mining of one the worlds most influential firms. Google! We all know that Google stores a lot of information about all of us. However did you have any idea of how much information they really store? Read more to find out!
Out of all the ideas I have for our hometown Msida, I strongly believe that this one is my favourite. We live in a locality that is surrounded by concrete. Wherever you look at you see buildings. Many of the houses are being demolished and replaced by apartments.
This morning I came across a Facebook post in the popular group Are You Being Served that talked about an unfair fine someone got. As can be described in the post this gentleman finished a hard day’s work only to find a EUR35 present left on his bike for the silly reason that the license disk couldn’t be seen.