posted at 10:33 am
on Jun. 30, 2005
Copy cats. (In a good way.)
posted at 10:27 am
In the past six months, 40 young people have attempted suicide in the village of Ahousaht (pop. 1600
That's double the number in 2004. Which is still 20 people out of 1600.
posted at 10:24 am
I have to tell you, that while this situation stinks all around, I'm deeply, deeply disappointed in Time magazine. They hide behind "the Rule of Law," but in fact, the Rule of Law requires that laws be just. Read this quote from the UNESCO site: "UNESCO committed itself to promoting freedom of expression, the cornerstone of human rights, as well as its corollary, freedom of the press, the essential component of any democratic society. Freedom of expression is a sine qua non condition for all citizens to participate in the democratic life and development of a society and the building of peace. Free exercise of this right is in fact a condition for the realization of all other rights. It is essential to the equitable practice of justice because the principle of the rule of law is insufficient. Laws must be just and not the product of an authoritarian power beyond the control of its citizens who are reduced to silence and submissiveness."
posted at 9:44 am
These guys look like they had a lot of fun. From FlickrBlog.
posted at 5:56 pm
Joey deVilla pointed me to The Tucows Developers' Hangout :: [Career] The 11 Client Types You Need to Fire Right Now which led to the original article.
posted at 4:15 am
One thing people always seem to get wrong: Anonymity does not equal untrustworthy. In fact, some people who are given anonymity online will act in a more straightforward and consistent manner because they're not under multiple competing pressures from offline sources -- expressing their true beliefs, helping others without fear of reprisal or blowback.
posted at 10:33 pm
Aliah: A 13-year-old who was placed in a psychiatric hostpical and medicated for 5 months without he
From How to Save the World.
posted at 11:20 am
The guy must be against it. Tick tock.
posted at 12:42 am
What color was the getaway car? Well, officer, it started off purple, then turned green...
posted at 7:34 pm
I mean, it doesn't take more ink to do so...
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Handy, if a little obtruse.
posted at 7:10 pm
I'm so not going to be available for a week.
posted at 3:33 pm
Yes, it's real; I saw it first on The Gripe Line Weblog by Ed Foster
posted at 11:32 am
It's in Spanish Banks this Thursday -- are you going?
posted at 12:16 am
It's not valid XHTML, but it degrades so darn gracefully....
posted at 1:25 am
A nice article on an interesting subject
posted at 11:10 pm
I'm staying up here (26th floor) until it's passed.
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Untested but interesting, new ideas.
posted at 6:09 pm
I used this recently to tell a client that IE 5.1 for Mac was less than 1% of the Internet audience these days -- and even less of those views are in OS 9 instead of OS 10.
posted at 6:07 pm
Very interesting stuff.
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Regarding Red Prison Wine: Taster 1: "I would drink this in prison." Taster 2: "I would drink this in high school!"
posted at 10:10 am
Good idea + good presentation = convincing argument
posted at 6:21 pm
Oh yeah, does anyone remember THIS terrorist attack?
posted at 6:57 pm
If you suck, you can get all the blurry double prints you want.
posted at 12:42 pm
Anything I added at this point would be superfluous.
posted at 10:58 am
Good stuff, for free. Thank you, Lord Internet, for this bounty we are about to receive.
posted at 2:47 pm
Are new double core chips “all that”? PriceSCAN Blog uses current chip price fluctuation as an analy
Disclosure: PriceSCAN is a client of ours.
posted at 2:40 pm
Just when I thought it was full, too...
posted at 1:20 pm
The definitive FAQ -- I learned that there's only ONE unsolvable puzzle in the 32,000 that shipped with Windows 95/98.
posted at 4:26 pm
Delta Tao Software, which made the solitaire that came with Mac OS 9, has shipped an alpha version o
Hip hip hooray!
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It's as terrifying as anything I've seen online recently.
posted at 3:58 pm
Keeping your job driving buses.... not so assured.
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Fascinating if true.
posted at 11:46 pm
I suppose that mildly arousing sites will be .xx, and sites that just have large-bosomed women in regular clothing will be .x
posted at 11:35 pm
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