New Murder Mystery: Paris Connections - To Be Released: May 2010


Fashion Week. The excitement. The glamour. The frantic pace and the frantic press. The beautiful dresses and the beautiful people. The money. The luxury. The dream. Then everything changes.

The night after a big show by one of the collection of labels owned by the Russian oligarch Alexi Borinski a stunning model is savagely attacked and killed. Strangled with a rope as she walks home. The news media goes wild.


Madison Castelli, a smart and savvy investigative reporter working for Manhattan Magazine is on her usual morning run. Her phone rings. Her best friend, Paris show-biz reporter Natalie de Berge is anxious to fill her in on the shocking news. The strangled model had featured in a recent exposé by Madison and unable to resist a good story coupled with a sense of responsibility, Madison boards a plane to Paris.

To be released: May 2010.

Nicole Steinwedell, Charles Dance, Hudson Leick, Trudie Styler, Caroline Chikezie, Anthony Delon
Script by:
Jackie Collins
Produced by:
Amber Entertainment


What caused the W32 Nimda virus?


In the months before and after September 11, 2001, the United States was bombarded with cyber attacks. In July of 2001, a worm was observed on computers running Microsoft's IIS (Internet Information Services) web server. The worm spread using a common type of vulnerability known as a buffer overflow. It did this by using a long string of the repeated character 'N' to overflow a buffer, allowing the worm to execute arbitrary code and infect the machine. On July 19, 2001, the amount of infected hosts reached over 350,000 zombies. It was discovered by U.S. intelligence that a coordinated attack was being made against the U.S. Governments servers.
At a specific time all of the infected computers were going to send multiple pings towards the U.S. Governments server, which could cause grave damage. The plan was discovered and the servers were successfully shut down during the attack. In August of 2001, a second computer worm was released on the internet. It received the name Code Red II. The original worm tried to infect computers at random, Code Red II tried to infect machines on the same subnet as the infected machine. The source of these computer viruses remains a mystery.

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I, Psychopath

I, PsychopathPsychopaths… we usually only know them from Hollywood movies. We never expect them to enter our real life. But, the psychopath is closer than you think. Experts believe their number to be as high as one in a hundred. Most of them function incognito in high-powered professions…all the way to the very top.
But… it takes one to truly know one. In this intriguing documentary, Sam Vaknin, a self-proclaimed psychopath, goes in search of a diagnosis...

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You Don’t Want to Commit an Imperfect Murder, Do You? | PurpleSlinky

Imperfect Murder # 1: Don’t go Upside-Down!

Claude and George Oliver deliberately let the car insurance lapse on Claude’s car, so no one would suspect insurance fraud. Claude and his nephew George were inseperable pals and that didn’t change when Claude suddenly married Delia Ringer. Claude thougt of Delia as nothing but a huge dollar sign. He had convinced her to take an insurance policy for $5,000 with a double idemnity clause in case she died in an accident and with him as beneficiary.

One day, Claude drove his wife and his best pal to a bridge just outside the town of Davis, Oklahoma. George used a tire iron on the head of Delia and Claude bashed her face in with a rock. The blood spewed down the seat and car floor. Then Claude and George moved the car to the bridge rail and pressed the starter, sending the car over the side. It landed upside-down in the jagged gully below.

Claude and George told the police they’d been going too fast, downhill and on a curve, when the faulty steering gear gave way. George had been driving, with Claude on the outside of the front seat and Delia in the middle. The two men had leaped to safety, but Delia had been trapped.

Now, if you don’t want to end up with your insurance money on death row, you have to plan your murder more carefully. These guy’s were not pro and though Delia’s face and skull were battered, there were no bruises on her arms. A person plunging off a bridge in a speeding car generally throws the hands up to shield the face too. And last but not least, blood had stained the car seat and the floor, but the car had landed upside-down, Delia was lying on her back on the car’s ceiling… and there was virtually no blood where it should have been…

Claude and his nephew were executed on August 23, 1933.

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Profiling Killtown, a 911 Cyber Stalker?


The scene immediately after the Twin Towers collapsed on 911 -  Image: FEMA / Public Domain

Killtown, questioning the 9/11 attacks.
Killtown Blogspot. Investigating the attacks of September 11, 2001. In memory of all the victims of 9/11.

Killtown's secret archive

This organization ceases additions to the blog when the cyber stalker "Killtown" is found. The Secret Archive has no issue with Killtown's research, it's his behavior that they call deplorable: "He has bullied and harassed people for years online." The goal of the Secret Archive is to destroy Killtown's ability to attack people.

The definition of a Cyber Stalker, according to the Urban Dictionary: "A cyber stalker is a sick and lonely coward individual who abuses the anonymity of the internet as his only possibility to molest another person. This kind of breed uses all kinds of internet services like talk forums or blogs for chasing his victims. The victims are mostly only accidental and get attacked for no given reason." 

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Ten Best Prison Movies

The Hollywood prison movie has been a staple since the earliest days of the cinema. Birdman of Alcatraz, The Shawshank Redemption, Cool Hand Luke, The Green Mile, Riot in Cell Block 11, Papillon and The Last Mile are the top films.

Birdman of Alcatraz 1962 German poster image courtesy Heritage Auction Galleries

Prison movies, one might say, play to a captive audience. Many of them can be brutally entertaining, effectively capturing the harsh realities of prison life as viewed by both inmates and guards.
Here are ten outstanding prison movies that no fan of the genre should ever miss. Watch these films or risk a life sentence on Hollywood’s own Alcatraz, reserved exclusively for recalcitrant motion picture buffs with absolutely no hope for parole:

Ten Best Prison Movies


The Bill Star to Play in New Brit Thriller Movie "The Stone"

Tony Scannell, aka Ted Roach from The Bill, will be appearing in the new British psychological thriller, The Stone, being shot in the new year. The Director and screenwriter, Philip Gardiner, said he was over the moon at casting Tony who was "a damned good actor."

The full production team will launch into the film in the middle of a British winter and it will feature over 100 Druids, a whole host of British celebs and cameos from some very famous people.

"We’ll be getting the film to Festivals around the world before we decide on exactly what happens with it next, but having the special effects guys from Shaun of the Dead and other great movies, not to mention the fantastic make-up, costume, set design and artistic directors we have, I can’t wait to be honest." said Gardiner.

This will be Gardiner’s first foray into the world of Directing a movie instead of documentaries. It’s also a long way from his Sky TV chat show and the books he’s written, but he says, "it’s a logical progression for me really."

The production companies, Reality Films and Magi Multi Media, will also be releasing a soundtrack album for the film which will feature some great new artists such as Corjan and James Earnshaw, the musical director on the project, as well as some established bands. Dozens of world famous authors will also be appearing in the movie for a special secret element to the film that Gardiner says, "is sure to give the film a cult status in many genres. Not to mention some fantastic up and coming actors such as John Symes, who is just a gem."

"The hardest thing about all this is the organisation, which is why it's nice to have a great team on board, I've never had one assistant director before, let alone three."