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June 2011
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Journalists across Asia are pessimistic about the future of Thailand.
After Thailand's Military warned Thailand's voters not to vote for bad people (e.g. the opposition party) the journalist say that 'a worst case scenario (of another military coup) can't be ruled out...'

Pre-election closing
On Saturday June 25th at about 18:00 most bars in Pattaya closed, but on almost all popular streets some bars managed it to keep their guest happy with soft drinks and the light of a TV set.
Same situation on Sunday, a bleak and cheerless Pattaya.
Pre-election voting was the reason for the ordered shutdown of the City.
Many revellers switched over to Pattaya's Beach Promenade. The location had 'high season' with many additional faces known from bars.
On Sunday live awoked slowly in 'Special Zone Walking Street' shortly after 19:00, in most other parts of the city at 24:00.
A Thai friend and owner of a few bars here in Pattaya told me: In fact knowbody really knew what was permitted and what not or what will be tolerated. I decided to keep my venues closed until Monday.
A more than stupid regulation:
In my area the neighbours used the night to sit together and to start parties with barbecue, beer and whiskey.
When I came back at about midnight almost everybody was 'mau'!
It seems that on days like this, the only 'dry people' are the tourists.

Look out for this sign!
Look out for this sign!

DrugFree Bamboo Bar
In the early hours of June 24th Pattaya's Tourist Police and Pattaya's Narcotics Suppression Bureau raided Pattaya's famous Bamboo Bar at the entry to Walking Street and checked about 200 persons for narcotics. Not one single lady failed the test.
Police also checked the operating licenses for the Bamboo Bar. Police said the checked licenses have expired in 2010. Therefore the bar was ordered to close.
Nevertheless, on Friday night the bar opened as if nothing had happened...

Pit Stop only
for Ferrari & Co.
In our January 2011 News Flash we reported about Tukcom's unapproved Ferrari mobile phones.
On June 14th Chonburi Police visited the wellknown Copycat Shopping center, arrested the sellers and confiscated fake Ferrari, Nokia, Apple and Sony Ericsson phones.
The police apparently had good noses: They also found fake perfumes but overlooked the many unlicensed DVDs, CDs and computer software bargains...
NightWalker just informed us that all the popular copycat products, including Ferrari & BMW, are back in the shops

Pattaya Police plays a Cat & Mouse Game!
Pattaya Police plays a Cat & Mouse Game!
On Friday, June 17th, Pattaya Police and a special police force from the Intellectual Property Department of the Royal Thai Police Bureau arrested over 50 vendors of pirated goods along Pattaya Beach Road and at Mike department stores. The Police confiscated over 10'000 items of copycat products.
On our Tour de Pattaya, about a week later, all the shelfes were refilled with the very same products.
Please read last Month's Thailand a Top Pirate!
Additional Information:
The CEO of Mike Shopping Mall runs for a seat at Pattaya's special city election on July 10th.
TiP (This is Pattaya)!

Working for Pattaya's Police Departments must be frustrating.
Police run around like ants - but their actions are turned upside down...

Still Empty!
Produced, installed and paid, but never used.
Produced, installed during May 2010 and paid, but never used.
On December 16th the Chief of the Sea Rescue Teams of Pattaya promised to rectify this shortfall in the near future.
Nevertheless, the observation towers are still empty...
TiP (This is Pattaya)!

Thai Life
I just met an enraged Thai lady.
'Since I am working in Pattaya whole my family - father, mother, my brothers & sisters, even my children as well as almost all of my uncles and aunts - think that my pocket is full of money. Everybody is begging! My phone rings whole the day!' she told me...

Depressed Russians?
According to a recent Russian-German study most Russians are still depressed.
The 'undepressed' minority seems to enjoy the life in Pattaya.
Never believe in a study - unless you made it.

House of Condom reopened!
House of Condoms reopened!
Last month we had to report that the Child and Women Protection Unit, a division of Police Region 2, raided the House of Condom at the second floor of North Pattaya's CentralCenter and closed the shop.
In the meantime the shop could reopen.
For actions like this we know one word only in Europe: Stupid!

New A Go-Go Club
New A Go-Go
The name of the new A Go-Go Club at the entry to Soi Diamond is announced as 'Tha Moon Club', which perhaps means 'Thai Moon Club' or simply 'The Moon Club'...
New A Go-Go
NightWalker is querying the name:
Since Neil Armstrong's spectacular visite of the site on July 20th 1969 almost everybody knows that the moon is an unpopulated desert...
New A Go-Go

From Paris to Atlantis
Trying something completely new...
.. and now trying something completely new... ?
Work is on the way on the former Paris/Atlantis A Go-Go on Soi Diamond.
Trying something completely new...
The new venue is already looking for personnel and will pay 3'500/month for bar ladies, 7'000 - 8'000/month for dancers and 8'000 to 9'000/month for mamasan(s).

New Bar
New Bar
A new bar with an 'arabic touch' will replace the former Peaches Bar at the Absolute Entertainment Complex on Walking Street in a few days.

Betty Boum closed
Betty Boum closed
Betty Boum Bar & Club, a former A Go-Go on Soi Pattayaland 1, closed and is on the block.

A Go-Go Closed
Hooty's A Go-Go closed
PattayaSweethearts, the A Go-Go site, reports that Hooty's A Go-Go on Walking Street closed its door on June 3rd.
It is said that most of Hooty's ladies are now working at Roxy's Cabaret & Go-Go Bar.

Failed Comeback
PattayaSweethearts, the A Go-Go site, notifies that Fantasy A Go-Go, the A Go-Go on demand club on Walking Street, closed.

Silhouettes closed
Silhouettes, the venue that replaced Linekers Sport's Bar, located on Pattaya's 2nd Road and opposite of Royal Garden Plaza, closed the door.
The bar had a short live: It opened on August 1st 2010.

Irish Beer Bar
on the block!
Irish Beer Bar on the block!
Morning Star, the Irish Beer Bar on Soi 16, off Walking Street, is on the block!

B52 closed
B52, located on Pattaya's Soi 8 and opposite of Sexy Girls A Go-Go, closed too, as well as its direct neighbour.

On the block
Titty Twister for sale
Titty Twister, the bar at the entry to Buffalo Bar, is closed and on sale, call 0871352666 if interested.

Closed on Mondays?
Moulin Rouge closed
On Monday June 6th Moulin Rouge on Walking Street was closed once more...

DiDi's Bar closed
DiDi's Bar, located near Beach Road on Pattaya's Central Road (Pattaya Klang), had its last night on May 31st 2011.
DiDi's Bar closed. DiDi itself past away on March 2nd 2009.
The bar is on the block.

On the Block
On the Block
Club B4 on Soi Diamond closed during May 2011 and is on the block again.

On the block
Dragon Bar & Guesthouse on Soi Buakhaow is on sale.

Fish & Chips
Fish & Chips
Nang Nual, the 'Gourmet Restaurant' on Walking Street is now announcing Fish and Chips: 150 Baht.

It's cold
It's cold
It's cold in Pattaya. NightWalker already discovered the first Polar Bear on Walking Street.

New Bus 'Service'
from CentralFestival
to Bangkok...
Bus from CentralFestival to Bangkok
Bus from CentralFestival to Bangkok
No comment.

Change of Names
The former Erawan Hotel on Soi Phratamnak now calls Sun City.
A hotel known as Lake Mabprachan Resort is known now as Getaway Resort.
Previous Publications
Pattaya News Flash June 2011 - The Source
NightWalker's News
from Pattaya - the City with the Chinese Latern Festival.
NightWalker recommends Phatthaya
Defiant Thailand
The International Court of Justice has no authority!
Thailand's Defence Minister Prawit Wongsuwon said on May 4th, Thailand will respect the ICJ's decision, but the body has no authority to order Thai troops to retreat. Thai soldiers won't step back from our territory near Preah Vihear temple, which is situated inside the 4.6 square kilometre disputed area.
Acting government spokesman Panitan Wattanayagorn is supporting Gen Prawit and repeated that the International Court of Justice in the Hague (ICJ) has no authority to force Thailand to withdraw troops.
It seems that the world has to learn that in Thailand perverse Generals dictate 'law & order' and not an international court.

The World Heritage Centre decided to put the matter on the agenda. Thereupon Natural Resources and Environment Minister Suwit Khunkitti announced that Thailand have no choice but to withdraw. The decision is to prevent the other side from using this issue to claim our territory, he said.
Thailand's walk out of the Unesco has put the country in a bad light.
Democracy in Thailand
Thai Army on Alert!
The army is gearing up for possible unrest as the political situation may turn ugly after the July 3rd election. (Ugly in the eyes of the Army and Bangkok's Elite?).
Thai army commander Prayuth Chan-ocha has already put security authorities on alert. The commander has ordered all units in and around Bangkok and those under the 1st Army Region to prepare 200 companies of troops.
Opposition party members say that 'the election rally by the Democrat Party at Ratchaprasong intersection is an attempt to derail the July 3 polls'. 'I learned from friends who are soldiers that some groups of people plan to incite violence during the Ratchaprasong intersection rally, to pave way for the military to step in to keep the situation under control,' said Mr Weng, a core leader of the red-shirt United front for Democracy against Dictatorship (UDD).
Almost all polls suggest the Prime Minister Abhisit Vejjajiva's Democrats are likely to lose. Polls are predicting that Pheu Thai would win 164 House seats in the constituency system and the (military supported) Democrat Party would take only 83 seats out of 331 constituencies.
China Circus Show
Pattaya's new Attraction!
Pattaya's new Attraction!
Do not miss Pattaya's China Circus Show and the Chinese Latern Festival between Soi 6 and the Hard Rock Hotel. It's a festival for your eyes!
If you stay in Pattaya please visit the Circus yourself. Entry fee is 300 Baht only. The shows start daily at 18:30, 20:00 and 21:30. Please click for NightWalker's Pattaya Latern Show.
New on Soi Buakhaow
New on Soi Buakhaow
The replacement for Soi Buakhaow's Liquide Lounge at the entry to Soi LK Metro will open on July 1st 2011 as Sugar Sugar and will present Pattaya's sweetest A Go-Go and Coyote dancers!
New on Walking Street
New on Walking Street
New on Walking Street

Rhino is Walking Streets's newest A Go-Go Club. The new venue is located between Simon's (old) Bar Complex and the Nang Nual Restaurant and opened on June 20th 2011.
A Go-Go closed, refurbished & turned upside down
Lek's Classroom A Go-Go on Soi 2 closed, refurbished & reopened
Lek's Classroom A Go-Go on Soi 2 was closed during the first weeks of June for renovation - and reopened as a 'see through' Coyote Club with an A Go-Go Club in its back.
New on Soi 6
New on Soi 6
About 50 meters only from Beach Road the Six Tables food & drink restaurant opened on Soi 6. The right place to 'refurbish your body' after a Tour de 6.
New on Soi 6
Good News for and from Jomtien
Rompho - Jomtiens new Bar Complex

Rompho - Jomtiens new Bar Complex
Rompho - Jomtiens new Bar Complex

Rompho - Jomtiens new Bar Complex
Rompho - Jomtiens new Bar Complex

New in Jomtien:
Rompho Bar Complex
Jomtien's new Bar Complex is called Rompho. It is located on Jomtien's 2nd Road, opposite of Jomtien's Market Hall. That's about 500 meters behind Jomtien Beach. From the Beach the bars can be easily reached by Jomtien Soi 5 or Jomtien Soi 7.
The place is now in full swing.
Pattaya-at-Night translation service:
in Jomtien as well as in Pattaya and Naklua!
DQ (Dairy Queen Thailand) was the inventor of the term Hamberger for its 29 Baht Burger.

Rompho - Jomtiens new Bar Complex

Aussie Bar and Rum Dum Bar located at the new Rompho Bar Complex already opened their own websites.
Pattaya Caught in a Storm
Pattaya Caught in a Storm
Pattaya Caught in a Storm
Pattaya Caught in a Storm
On Monday, June 13th(!) heavy gales showed Pattaya's politicians, its citizens and its visitors who has the real power in the resort...
Closures by the Dozens
U 2 closes!
Closures by the Dozens
Pattaya's famous U TOO Bar on Second Road, opposite of Alcazar's parking lot, and all its neighbours had to close. The landlord changed his mind & orientation...
A Sign of the Time
A Sign of the Time
Most bars at Best Friend's Bar Complex are closed, including its once popular sparring arena.
A few weeks ago a well-known Pattaya Publication wrote that almost all hotels in the resort are fully booked until mid 2012.
Booked by whom? By the journalist? Most Bars and clubs in the resort as well as Pattaya's shops are still missing the visitors...
Open for new Investors...
Open for new Investors...
Spa for rent

Almost all bars at the small Sangkaew Bar Complex, located opposite of the ailing Soho Square, closed, even the recently opened Honey Ice Cream Bar.
The only remaining venue is the C & C Bar - it also was the first bar that opened at the Sangkaew Bar Complex.
Probably it will be last one that will close...
The Massage Saloon, announced as LED LITE Massage,
RED LITE Massage and
RED LITE Private Club closed too.
Whole the building can be rent.
The End of Fashion
Pattaya's Fashion Club closed!
The End of Pattaya's Fashion Club
An 'all new' Bärzia Club replaced Pattaya's (infamous & expensive) Fashion Club on June 11th 2011. The new club is located on Pattaya's Second Road just in front of Rasputin's Body Massage.
The End of Pattaya's Fashion Club

Same ownership as Rasputin Body Massage, NAB Boys Club, Dave Boys Club & Absolute Entertainment Complex Walking Street.
Carrefour on the (long?) Way to Big C extra
Carrefour on the Way to Big C extra
Carrefour Pattaya is history only.

Carrefour on the Way to Big C extra
Carrefour on the Way to Big C extra
But how long it will take until Pattaya's citizen will recognize the place with its new name? Carrefour is as known as Walking Street.

Update: On Monday June 13th(!) at 01:00 a short circuit started a fire at a newly installed sign pole. Three fire trucks were sent by Pattaya's fire brigade to put out the fire, but the department store's employees managed to put out the smoky conflagration before the firemen arrived.
For outsiders it seems that Big C extra is working with the same crew of electricians as at Big C's North Pattaya branch: During the last few years Big C's CentralCenter already had a few blazes, all triggered by short circuits in its installations.
Kebab on Walking Street
Sultan: 60 Baht
Sultan Kebab at the Sweet Times Bar asks 60 Baht for its Kebab.

Istanbul Kebab: 70 Baht
Istanbul Kebab: 70 Baht (or more). The venue also provides chicken filets, burgers and french fries.
Istanbul Palace: 69 Baht
Istanbul Palace: The direct neighbour of Istanbul Kebab asks almost every day another price:
June 6th 2011: 69 Baht.

Diamond Kebab: 70 Baht
Diamond Kebab: 70 Baht.
The popular booth at the entry to Soi Diamond is currently closed: The lovely lady got a baby.
Every day another price!
June 18th 2011: 79 Baht!

Every day another price!
June 14th 2011: 49 Baht only...
Right (top):
Works just started at the entry to the former Soho Square for McDonald's first outlet on Pattaya's Walking Street.
The new building replaces the UOB exchange booth, the Tattoo shop and Pattaya People's information center.
Right (bottom):
This creature is already impatiently waiting for the opening of McDonald's new outlet in front of Utopia's Lounge.

Thailand's Workforce
Beautiful new Bungalow Hotel in Eastern Thailand
Beautiful - until you are confronted with the details...
Made by Thailand's Workforce
Made by Thailand's Workforce
Made by Thailand's Workforce
Do you call this a quality installation?
The tap is placed incorrectly: You can't really wash your hands.
It had enough of space for a perfect placing, but a highly skilled Thai Professional made the installation...
Chonburi's Senator Surachai Chaitrakulthong is luring potential investors from Taiwan and other countries by promising 'Thailand's plus is the availability of a skilled workforce'.
The contrary is true, Thailand's problem is the lack of a skilled workforce.
Chong Chom
The 'Cambodian' Market Place
Chong Chom 'Cambodian' Market Place
Chong Chom, near the Cambodian Border, is known as the Cambodian Market Place, but a closer examination of the goods shows that most of them are 'imported' goods from Big China - as this Tablet PC for 3'300 Baht (without keyboard). The keyboard and its nice etui costs another 350 Baht, but its plug accidentally doesn't fit any connector on the pictured tablet...
For technical freaks: Tablet PC with 7 inch Touch Screen 16:9 / Resolution: 800*480 , 0.3MP camera, Android 2.2, VIA8650 800MHz CPU, 256MB DDR2 RAM, 2GB (4GB Optional) NAND Flash, WIFI: 802.11 b/g.
The shops are full of Nokia, BlackBerry and Apple labeled phones too. None of them ever saw their respective manufacturer.
Chong Chom 'Cambodian' Market Place
Chong Chom 'Cambodian' Market Place
Chong Chom Market offers everything you need to feel like a Ranger or a real (Cambodian or Thai) soldier: All kind of clothes, boots, tents and rumbleseats - all at prices you can afford. But - what a shame - not for me: I am a pacifist!
Chong Chom 'Cambodian' Market Place
Bags are cheap: Prices start at 50 Baht.
All popular CDs and DVDs are available as cheap copies too: Thai soldiers and policemen are buying them 'en masse'!
Chong Chom 'Cambodian' Market Place
Chong Chom 'Cambodian' Market Place
'Original Levi's 501' (according to the saleswoman) for 270 Baht only.
Chong Chom 'Cambodian' Market Place
Chong Chom 'Cambodian' Market Place
I liked this lady - despite her headgear. She always tells the true about her goods and has a beautiful face & smile.
Chong Chom 'Cambodian' Market Place
Chong Chom 'Cambodian' Market Place
Bras are cheap on markets in this region. Instead of 100 Baht here in Pattaya prices start at 19-25 Baht for exactly the same goods...
Update: On Soi Buakhaow Night Market we discovered a booth selling bras for 59 Baht (and more).
Chong Chom 'Cambodian' Market Place
Enjoy your meal!
Experts recommend
Avoid Prostate Cancer - drink Coffee!
A few month ago (March 2011) experts recommended to avoid coffee and milk.
Today we have to urge you to drink coffee to avoid prostate cancer.
A study of nearly 50'000 US men, published by the Harvard School of Public Health in Boston, shows that Coffee 'cuts prostate cancer risk'.
Those who drank six or more cups a day were found to be 20% less likely to develop any form of the disease - which is the most common cancer in men.

Save Water - Drink Beer
Some years ago Nestlé published another study. Their study suggested to eat tomatos to prevent prostate cancer.
I like to eat tomatos and drink a lot of coffee (the real one) since my boyhood.
Nevertheless, a few years ago my doctor told me he needs to remove my prostate.
Today I know it wasn't necessary - in the meantime everybody in that business knows that this urologist was a 'prostate freak' - as many others in his guild.

Pattaya-at-Night likes 'Experts', their studies and their irrevocable conclusions.
Thailand not ready for High Tech Applications?
Are Facebook and Twitter a danger for Thais?
The Experts at the National Economic and Social Development Board (NESDB) found that more Thai people are getting sick: The consumation of cigarettes and alcohols is rising together with technological advancements, the researchers found.
Users of social media channels such as Facebook and Twitter are inevitably victims of advertisements of cigarettes and alcoholic drinks, the experts concluded.
Thailand's Ministry of Public Health estimated that there will be 12.5 million people getting ill this year. Of this number, 78'000 will die, with half of them dying from chronic diseases such as heart disease, coronary disease and diabetes.
Obviously Thai people can't resiste dubious advertisements.

Pattaya-at-Night likes 'Experts', their studies and their irrevocable conclusions.
Lay Down in Pattaya...
Obviously Thai people can sleep anywhere...
Do not believe any advertisement! You don't need an expensive mattress or a 5-Star Hotel to have a good sleep - all you need is to lay down in Pattaya...
Last Month
Pat'Ya Pub & Restaurant
Fantasy A Go-Go
China Circus 2nd Road
Marocco Pub & Restaurant
House of Condoms
Motoroom A Go-Go
Beaver's A Go-Go
Liquid Lounge
Pyramida Soho Square
Apelsin Soho Square
Venus Lounge 3rd Road
Big Events:
Latern Festival
China Circus Show

For more information
click May News.
Never believe Experts
The level of radiation at a machine to absorb caesium has risen faster than the experts initial projections...
Election Fraud?
There are 47.3 million eligible voters in Thailand but there be 53.5 million ballots printed by Thailand's Election Commission...
E.coli in Thailand?
False Alarm
On June 09 Thailand's Public Health Ministry announced it had found the deadly e.coli in avocados imported from Spain.
It was a false alarm: The bacteria found in Thailand are harmless.
On June 11 the same people told the press, they found the E.coli bacteria in cabbage imported from Europe.
But German officials said they are now confident that sprouts grown at a farm in the north of the country are the source of the highly virulent strain of bacteria.
Chonburi's Senator Surachai Chaitrakulthong is luring potential investors from Taiwan and other countries by promising 'Thailand's plus is the availability of a skilled workforce'.
The contrary is true, Thailand's problem is the lack of a skilled workforce.
MyLady™ says
Thailand's Public Health Ministry checks imported foods only. It already knows that Thai food is free of bacteria...

MyLady™ ©2011
One day you will die - no matter if you eat Organic Food whole the life or not.
iExpert™ ©2011
Food scandals: Eating is jeopardizing your health.
iScientist™ ©2011
Silly PitPit claims
The European Union has a Mia Noy.
Her name is Greece.
Mike's Squae Floor 1
Mike's Squae Floor
Dear Mike: What is a Squae Floor please?.
Mike's Squae Floor
Funny Clothes
You're as Fake as your Hair Color
Seen at Soi Buakhaow's Night Market: You're as Fake as your Hair Color.
Design Lady
You can put your woman on high heels and into designer clothes but she will still remain the very same Thai lady.

iFarang™ ©2011
Funny Clothes
Stayed all Night
Seen at Soi Buakhaow's Night Market: Stayed all Night.
Clothing Made from Old Coffee Grounds
A single cup of coffee can create two T-shirts!
A new fabric made from Singtex Industries in Taiwan uses old coffee grounds.
Drink it, wear it!
iScientist™ ©2011
Today's Technology
On June 8th at 03:00 I woke up.
Rain fell in sheets, accompanied by heavy thunderbolts.
Sophon cable TV was down, the alarm systems of almost all cars in the area were howling and no connection to the Internet to upload this shit.
iScientist™ ©2011
On T-shirts
Thailand on T-shirts
Thailand on T-shirts
Green Technology
Biogas, or methane, is produced by the anaerobic digestion or fermentation of biodegradable materials such as manure, sewage and green waste.
There are all sorts of bacteria which didn't exist before which are now produced in biogas fermentation tanks.
They crossbreed and mix with one another - what goes on precisely hasn't really been studied.
About 80 percent of this production waste finds its way back onto fields as fertiliser...
'Bio' gets dangerous!
iScientist™ ©2011
Technology News
Wintel Tablets
Intel and Microsoft are jointly touting new Wintel-based platforms for tablet PCs to compete with Apple and ARM/Android-based products.
The new platform will come with a less than 5W low-power CPU from Intel paired with Microsoft's Windows 8 OS.
The new tablets will hit the market during 2012.
Harddrive Shortage
Global hard drive demand in the third quarter is estimated to reach 180 million units - but the five major hard drive makers are only capable of supplying 160-165 million units...
Deception Packages?
No matter how much you pay for TOT's cable based Internet connection here in 'Hi Tech Pattaya' you get almost everywhere the very same (slow) transmission...
Thailand's 3G Chaos
The future of Thailand's new 3G wireless broadband project is still in the cloud.
The acting National Broadcasting and Telecommunications Commission remains reluctant to allow the CAT, a state telecom enterprise, to import equipment.
CAT Telecom has a contract with True Corporation to install an HSPA network based on the 850-Megahertz frequency. The network will be leased to Real Move, a unit of True Corp.
On the other hand, TOT, also a state owned enterprise, wants to build a 3G network based on HSPA+ technology on the 1900-MHz frequency.
There is also a battle between Thailand's National Telecommunications Commission (NTC) and Thailand's National Broadcasting and Telecommunications Commission about the right to auction of 3G licences.
Thailand's Central Administrative Court ordered the NTC to halt the auction of 3G licences on the 2100 MHz band following a challenge filed by CAT and later by TOT.

Google's useless Operating System
Google's useless Operating System
Google just released it's new Chromium OS in selected countries. The new Operating System is preinstalled on Note- or Netbooks from Acer, Samsung and some other premium manufacturers.
The new operating system is virtually royality free and therefor should make a computer system much cheaper than a notebook running on Microsoft's Windows.
Chrombooks don't have a HDD-drive but an installed SSD [mSATA Solid State Drive] of about 16GB to 30GB and a built in dual-band Wi-Fi and/or World-mode 3G connection.
Google claims that its new OS needs only about 7 seconds to boot.
What makes the new OS almost useless is the fact, that programs and datasets are stored somewhere in the internet but not on your computer.
If the net is down (or slow) it will be simply impossible to do your work or play a game, a song or a movie.
A useless innovation, at least in developing countries like Thailand.
Last Word
Drink Coffee - Save Beer!
Try it:
A double-click in an empty space brings you back to the top of the page!
This feature should work on most browsers.
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