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Informed Comment
Topic: Current Events 10:06 pm EST, Jan 27, 2005

The first thing sworn to during a (US) Presidential inauguration is to uphold the Constitution of the United States. This page has linked pictures to the particular interpretations of said Constitution during the first term of Dubya.


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SpongeBob, Evil Gay Heathen / How sad to be a right-wing Christian in a world full of homo cartoons and scary nipples
Topic: Miscellaneous 10:05 pm EST, Jan 27, 2005

] And why? Why is the adorable yellow sea sponge suddenly
] considered to be contributing to the mental and spiritual
] and genital degradation of millions of innocent children?
] Because he's a hyperactive none-too-bright
] short-attention-spanned spazzball of lovable
] non-sequiturial nonsense who induces rabid devotion among
] children and gay men and straight adults alike? Why, no.
] Not quite.

SpongeBob, Evil Gay Heathen / How sad to be a right-wing Christian in a world full of homo cartoons and scary nipples

How to Stop Spam
Topic: Spam 11:58 am EST, Jan 26, 2005

AOL Postmaster on stopping spam

How to Stop Spam

What corporate America can't build: a sentence | CNET
Topic: Miscellaneous 7:14 pm EST, Dec  7, 2004

I feel blessed that I never really have to deal with this at my company:

A recent survey of 120 American corporations reached a similar conclusion. The study, by the National Commission on Writing, a panel established by the College Board, concluded that a third of employees in the nation's blue-chip companies wrote poorly and that businesses were spending as much as $3.1 billion annually on remedial training.

What corporate America can't build: a sentence | CNET

Ironport's Bonded Sender teams up with Hotmail
Topic: Spam 8:10 pm EDT, May  6, 2004

So, I've been working on this project since I started at Ironport in November. I meant to post this article yesterday before Slashdot got to it - but I failed. Sorry about that.

The slashdot article really butchered the story and it's interesting to see all of the conspiracy theories around this partnership.

Ironport's Bonded Sender teams up with Hotmail

Orkut - A master's thesis
Topic: Miscellaneous 1:31 pm EST, Mar  1, 2004, a popular social networking Website which has attracted the attention of the some of the Internet's biggest names, was revealed today by its creators to be an elaborate "reality Internet" project to form the basis of a master's thesis.

"We figured we couldn't keep it secret much longer anyway," said Orkut Buyukkokten, after whom the distinctive blue-colored meet-and-match site was named. "I didn't think we could do it this long in the first place, actually

Orkut - A master's thesis

R. Kelly Isn’t Allowed To Be Friends With Michael Jackson
Topic: Miscellaneous 2:30 am EST, Jan 30, 2004

A judge has given R&B star R. Kelly permission to attend the Grammy Awards, but told Kelly that he had to stay away from his one-time collaborator Michael Jackson

R. Kelly Isn’t Allowed To Be Friends With Michael Jackson

SFOBUG - Fyodor Article
Topic: Miscellaneous 3:18 am EST, Dec 14, 2003

Fyodor of nmap fame came to speak at SFOBUG last month. I believe we had more people than ever before. 20!!!

We need more speakers, so if anyone has ideas, let me know!

SFOBUG - Fyodor Article

'I thought the whole country was a free speech zone.'
Topic: Current Events 9:04 pm EDT, Oct 21, 2003

] "He pointed out a relatively remote baseball diamond that
] was enclosed in a chain-link fence," Neel recalled in an
] interview with Salon. "I could see these people behind
] the fence, with their faces up against it, and their
] hands on the wire." (The ACLU posted photos of the
] demonstrators and supporters at that event on its Web
] site.) "It looked more like a concentration camp than a
] free speech area to me, so I said, 'I'm not going in
] there. I thought the whole country was a free speech
] area.'" The detective asked Neel, 66, to go to the area
] six or eight times, and when he politely refused, he
] handcuffed and arrested the retired steelworker on a
] charge of disorderly conduct. When Neel's sister argued
] against his arrest, she was cuffed and hauled off as
] well. The two spent the president's visit in a firehouse
] that was serving as Secret Service and police
] headquarters for the event.
] It appears that the Neels' experience is not unique. Late
] last month, on Sept. 23, the American Civil Liberties
] Union filed a lawsuit in a federal court in Philadelphia
] against the Secret Service, alleging that the agency, a
] unit of the new Homeland Security Department charged with
] protecting the president, vice president and other key
] government officials, instituted a policy in the months
] even before the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks of instructing
] local police to cordon off protesters from the president
] and Vice President Dick Cheney. Plaintiffs include the
] National Organization for Women, ACORN, USA Action and
] United for Justice, and groups and individuals who have
] been penned up during presidential visits, or arrested
] for refusing to go into a "free speech area," in places
] ranging from California to New Mexico, Missouri,
] Connecticut, New Jersey, South Carolina and elsewhere in
] Pennsylvania.

'I thought the whole country was a free speech zone.'

BW Online | Where Do Not Call Does Not Count
Topic: Miscellaneous 3:08 pm EDT, Oct 14, 2003

] Cyan Callahan, an employee at San Francisco interactive
] marketing firm Mindshare Design, signed up for the
] national Do Not Call List the very first week it was
] announced in late June. Like many Americans, Callahan was
] receiving an average of three or four calls a day from
] telemarketers and was fed up. More than 45 million irate
] citizens have signed up since then. Though the list
] doesn't go into effect until Oct. 1, Callahan says she
] has already had more nights of total peace and quiet. "In
] the last two months, I've come home and thought: 'Wow, my
] phone's not ringing. I like this.'"

They spelled her name wrong!

BW Online | Where Do Not Call Does Not Count

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