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Campaign sites miss Web boat [CNET]
Political consultants RightClick Strategies blasted 2002 candidates for failing to do something as rudimentary as regularly update their Web sites. Just 24 percent of the 168 sites visited by RightClick Tuesday morning noted that it was Election Day.1 comment(s)
I do not understand how democratic liberals have been painted as unpatriotic and weak on defense. All of our great wars have been led by liberal democrats. These warrior conservatives have not once led America into battle no matter how just the cause but had to be dragged kicking and screaming. I also would like to know who some of these great conservative leaders were . We had a conservative wonderland in the late 1800s and again in the early 1920s with no regulation and rampant greed. History tells us the average guy wasn't doing so well and please THE TRICKLE DOWN THEORY DOES NOT WORK and is not a new idea . Those who don't know history are condemed to repeat it.Add a comment...
Motion-picture poetry that explores life [Christian Science Monitor]
The new picture isn't the strongest of the three -- the first, "Koyaanisqatsi," still holds that honor -- but its best moments offer a sense of motion-picture poetry that will lift receptive viewers out of their seats.Earlier Powwaqatsi review: 'Qatsi' (life) goes on, without plots or characters. Films celebrate human diversity, warn of dangers [Christian Science Monitor, from 1988]
Harvey Pitt. Nice, uh, late timing.
Sorry, Connie - A swing voter makes up his mind. [Slate]
Townsend is too profligate for my taste, and I hate her racial politics, but I think Maryland's budget fix will keep her from doing too much mischief. So I'm going to hold my nose and vote for her.
101 things that the Mozilla browser can do that IE cannot [XUL Planet via Camworld] (I'm using Mozilla more and more on Windows, but I'm still using IE on the Mac. Chimera 0.6 came out yesterday, though; I'll check it out again.) 2 comment(s)
Chimera's still too sluggish for me -- stock Mozilla plus Pinstripe plus Silk gets you (most of) the same shiny UI without the performance hit. I had a hard time adapting to Mozilla at first, but I made myself try it for a week. After that I never went back.
Chimera 0.6 is amazing! I've been using Chimera since 0.3 and the improvment in speed and UI are incredible. I can only guess at how great 1.0 will be.Add a comment...
They have transparent backgrounds and are anti-aliased to white. If you really want one to put on a different color background, e-mail me the hex color code, the size you want and your pick of stars/no-stars and I should be able to do a custom version.
And no, I haven't voted yet today, but I will this morning. :) 3 comment(s)
Thanks, Steve! Tres cool. I'll be heading to the polls later today, after another perusal of the Washington State Voters Pamphlet. Then I'll put one of these buttons up on La Di Da!
Thanks for the graphics. We used it, with credit to you.
Thanks for the images. I voted too.Add a comment...
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