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Monthly Archives: September 2006

Chow has launched. The food magazine ran for a few issues about a year ago before being purchased by CNET. The content tends to be lighter than the more substantial Gourmet, but that can be a good thing if you are looking for a quick read.

Ops in Iran

According to one pundit, we are already executing military operations in Iran. has the story.

Found Item

Are these pages on Dale Carnegie the secret to Steven Morgan Friedman’s sucess?

Making an example of them

The Department of Justice has put up a scary notice at the site formerly known as The site’s owner Nathan Peterson was convicted of software piracy and will spend the next 87 months in prison. To add insult to injury, Mr. Peterson will have to forfeit all the property acquired using his ill-gotten gains […]

Police State

Police State, a fashion spread brought to you by Vogue. This is some queasy-making fascist fashion… = Spam 2.0 is a nothing but a big phony.

Advice from the old to the young…

Best Advice Column Ever.

Concise Freeware

Concise Freeware is a great directory of freeware that’s very easy to use and is spyware free.

Senate Race 2006

Electoral Vote is back with regular updates on the upcoming Senate races. The site is regularly updated based on the latest poll data.

9/11 Movie

Glenn Greenwald has a delightful series of quotes (vintage 2003) from commentators who damned CBS “The Reagans” miniseries a few years back. Not that it will stop them from being hypocrites in response to the ABC 9/11 movie.