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September 30, 2004

TextDrive adds new web hosting plans, and now offers dedicated servers
I endorse them 1000%, and get no referral fees, kickbacks, or other benefit from telling you how how insanely great they are
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September 29, 2004

Advice on “How to Debate George Bush” from a man who lost to Bush in his home state
Isn’t this like getting tactical advice from one of Saddam’s tank commanders?
Category: Politics .:link:.
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September 27, 2004

1954 RAND Corporation prediction of what the home computer would look like in 2004 ... is actually a hoax
It’s actually a submarine maneuvering room console, plus some Photoshop
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September 26, 2004

If you want to protect the sanctity of marriage, leave gays alone and stop Britney Spears, serial marriage abuser
“blessed union would not be legally valid until the pair later finalized details of Federline’s dowry”
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September 25, 2004

Republican Party says liberals plan to ban the Bible
I hear they’re banning the NRA and the AARP, and may kill some kittens, too.
Category: Politics .:link:.
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September 24, 2004

Why public school teachers send their kids to private schools
“I work at that restaurant and, trust me, you don’t want to eat there.”
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September 22, 2004

OH ... My! The Canon EOS-1Ds Mark II weighs in at 16.7 megapixels! I feel faint...
5 days after Nikon boasts about their new 12 MP DSLR, Canon throws 16 MP in their face.
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Andrew Sullivan: A Blogger’s Creed
“Like Internet Jack Russell terriers, readers grab ahold of your pants and don’t let go until you have made amends”
Category: Weblogs .:link:.
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September 20, 2004

1954 RAND Corporation prediction of what the home computer would look like in 2004
The man is standing next to the biggest wheel mouse I’ve ever seen
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A birthday present from Dean: Textpattern 1.0rc1 (more here)
Textpattern graduates from ‘Gamma’ to ‘Release Candidate’
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September 16, 2004

PhotoDude makes a startlingly naked admission about his wife life
Sometimes the punch line just flows from your fingertips...
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September 14, 2004

Nature’s Revenge: Hurricane Risk to New Orleans
If Ivan hits New Orleans, it’s ‘KYAGB - kiss your ass good bye’
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Managing static pages with Textpattern
Another fine TXP tutorial from the ZemMaster
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September 13, 2004

Mother of dead soldier “harassed and yelled at, booed and hissed, told her son died for nothing” by “Peace activists” at a public candlelight vigil
People with no heart have no message I want to hear. Human decency trumps partisan spewage in any human worth hearing.
Category: War .:link:.
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“A unified theory of everything that explains why Democrats always get outfoxed”
“Republicans understand the world, and Democrats do not”
Category: Politics .:link:.
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September 12, 2004

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Ten CSS tricks you may not know - corrected and improved
Because, after all, CSS is about semantics...
Category: CSS .:link:.
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A Comparison of the Cell Phone Driver and the Drunk Driver
“cell-phone drivers exhibited greater impairment than intoxicated drivers”
Category: Science .:link:.
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“Usually we don’t see any Nanny-Poos until at least mid-October”
“That’s not fair! How come Bush gets three hurricanes and we don’t get any?”
Category: Politics .:link:.
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An excellent collection of links on 9-11 from Winds of Change
A bit of a ‘best of the blogosphere,’ and I’m honored Joe included me
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September 10, 2004

Cooking For Engineers
The recipe format is quite interesting ... and suitably geeky
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September 09, 2004

Don’t Leave Those Ballots Blank, Vote Obscure!
Thanks, Kevin, I’ll be filling in something ... just not sure what yet.
Category: Politics .:link:.
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September 08, 2004

The Curse of Dick Cheney
More than a bit partisan in tone, but the history is interesting
Category: Politics .:link:.
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Lorem Ipsum, Thundercat style
“Hong Kong Phooey, number one super guy!”
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September 07, 2004

100 straight days of uptime from textdrive.com
I cannot convey how good Textdrive is, it’s the way web hosting ought to be, but never was before
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Creating a photoblog with Textpattern
May not have all the frills you want, but it’s amazingly simple
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September 06, 2004

Gallina: Uses a Gmail account to run a blog!
Cool idea, but as long as Google keeps altering login procedures, it might be a problem
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Evolt: Ten CSS tricks you may not know
A good list of tips. Three were new to me.
Category: CSS .:link:.
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September 05, 2004

Photo: a bridge and the sun, from Noah
It’s all about capturing light, and this photo well defines that
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September 04, 2004

Graphic showing the most prominent words used by speakers at the two conventions
I wish they’d added ‘we will’ to the list, but it’s still very interesting
Category: Politics .:link:.
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Programming Ruby, the 2nd Edition goes on sale Oct. 3, and the First Edition is online
If I’m going to dive into programming, I think this is my language of choice

 



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