Monthly Archives: February 2003

Another article illustrating how very

February 28, 2003 Comments Off on Another article illustrating how very

Another article illustrating how very weird our society has become&# Read More »

Two things: 1. Ralph Nader

February 28, 2003 Comments Off on Two things: 1. Ralph Nader

Two things: 1. Ralph Nader may have something intelligent to say on the subject of the U.S. patent process (patent pending). 2. Blogger has lots more info on what being bought by Google will do to them Read More »

Heh heh heh…

February 27, 2003 Comments Off on Heh heh heh…

Heh heh heh&# Read More »

Rebuilding Iraq will require a

February 26, 2003 Comments Off on Rebuilding Iraq will require a

Rebuilding Iraq will require a sustained commitment from many nations, including our own: We will remain in Iraq as long as necessary, and not a day more. America has made and kept this kind of commitment before–in the peace that ... Read More »

Disappointing news from Israel. Benjamin

February 26, 2003 Comments Off on Disappointing news from Israel. Benjamin

Disappointing news from Israel. Benjamin Netanyahu is no longer foreign minister Read More »

Oil is now at $37.70

February 26, 2003 Comments Off on Oil is now at $37.70

Oil is now at $37.70 / barrel. Not good. In somewhat related news, the AB surplus is now projected to be $1.8 B, based on third quarter numbers. Unfortunately, I think Ian approves what they are doing with the $1.8 ... Read More »

Wired News’ take on computer

February 26, 2003 Comments Off on Wired News’ take on computer

Wired News’ take on computer recycling. The real story is in the sidebar images. The question is… will consumers care enough to spend more money to take their old electronics to an environmentally responsible company, or will they save the ... Read More »

Interesting article on workplace surveillance.

February 26, 2003 Comments Off on Interesting article on workplace surveillance.

Interesting article on workplace surveillance. Does your boss know where you are minute to minute? Apparently, some do. And the biggest surprise seems to be the lack of backlash surrounding the phenomenon. Granted, it’s an employer’s market at the moment, ... Read More »

Miller is getting better and

February 25, 2003 Comments Off on Miller is getting better and

Miller is getting better and better on Leno. I hope I can find a transcript somewhere, since it is worth seeing the entire thing Read More »

Dennis Miller on Leno today:

February 25, 2003 Comments Off on Dennis Miller on Leno today:

Dennis Miller on Leno today: “If you can’t get your head around a war, just think of it as aborting Saddam Hussein.” I’m guessing that one was meant for anti-war liberals. And his comments on Germany, Russia, Belgium, and France ... Read More »

Personally, I kind of like

February 25, 2003 Comments Off on Personally, I kind of like

Personally, I kind of like the idea of a debate between Hussein and President Bush. I would love to see Bush say that here are the reasons why you can’t run a country anymore. And, here is what your country ... Read More »

Accordingly to this article in

February 25, 2003 Comments Off on Accordingly to this article in

Accordingly to this article in the Globe, English Canada supports the war but French Canada doesn’t. In an analysis of several recent polls, political scientist Jack Jedwab concluded that 60 per cent of Canadians outside Quebec (but only 44 per ... Read More »