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Sunday, 21 December 2008

Merry Xmas and Happy 2009!

Just a quick message to wish everyone a fantastic Merry Christmas and Happy New Year. I will be taking the next two weeks off writing and will return early January 2009 for more Zambian Economist discussions.

Oh...I know I have one or two comments to respond to, and shall ponder over them over the holidays. That of course includes any responses / comments left between now and then. The responses will surely come in 2009!

Many thanks for all the fastastic exchanges we have had in 2008. It has truly been a rollcoaster ride! I wish everyone a safe and prosperous Xmas!

5 comments:

  1. Thanks for all your great work Cho! Happy New Year and Merry Christmas to all!

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  3. Cho, Yakima, everyone here, Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year.

    By the way...

    The Daily Mail and Times of Zambia websites have been hacked. This is the message they left behind at http://www.daily-mail.co.zm/ and http://www.times.co.zm/

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  4. From the Lusaka Times:

    Zambia’s leading ISP hacked
    December 27, 2008

    caption of the Zamnet landing page
    ZAMNET- Zambia’s leading Internet Service Provider, (www.zamnet.zm) has been Hacked. The site was hacked Saturday afternoon and at the time of writing the site had not been fixed. The Hackers who are calling themselves 3RqU (Turkish) have changed ZAMNETs landing page. 3RqU Turkish are a known notorious group of hackers.

    Read more...

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  5. MrK,Yakima

    Thanks! Many happy returns. All the best for 2009.

    Time dig into those comments!!

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