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New York Post Online Edition: gossip
Topic: Miscellaneous 12:33 pm EDT, Oct 20, 2004

] HUNTER S. Thompson lived up to his legend as the
] Godfather of Gonzo Journalism the other night at a book
] signing in West Hollywood. A wobbly Thompson reportedly
] vomited outside the Book Soup store and signed copies on
] the floor inside as celebrity pal Benicio del Toro %u2014
] who starred in the film adaptation of Thompson's "Fear
] and Loathing in Las Vegas" %u2014 helped him hold his
] head up. "Hunter was drinking and smoking and yelling out
] weird obsenities every once in a while," says our spy.
] "Good to see the stories are true!"

New York Post Online Edition: gossip Politics
Topic: Current Events 6:34 pm EDT, Oct 19, 2004

] When tracking this year's election, pollsters contact
] people on traditional phones. About 5 percent of all
] households receive telephone service only by cellular
] phone, according to a face-to-face survey done earlier
] this year by the Census Bureau and the Bureau of Labor
] Statistics. Among young adults up to age 24, the number
] is close to three times as high.

This is a good point. Most of the people I know are definate voters and, if they even have a landline, won't answer it. This bias -- like the flexibility in what percent of Republicans you query (lower percent vote) means that we are unlikely to be seeing accurate numbers in the polls...

But we knew that. Politics

The New York Times : Opinion : John Kerry for President
Topic: Miscellaneous 5:35 pm EDT, Oct 17, 2004

] Senator John Kerry goes toward the election with a base
] that is built more on opposition to George W. Bush than
] loyalty to his own candidacy.
] ...
] There is no denying that this race is mainly about Mr.
] Bush's disastrous tenure.

The New York Times' real Endorsement: Anyone But Bush.

The New York Times : Opinion : John Kerry for President Life | Curses!
Topic: Miscellaneous 10:00 am EDT, Oct 15, 2004

] So with that in mind, we called up those at the crux of
] the thing: dedicated Democratic Red Sox fans. In the
] spirit of the metaphysical deals we strike -- "I will not
] have another sip of this beer if we get out of this
] inning," "I will never complain about my in-laws again if
] they vote for Kerry in Cleveland" -- we asked them to
] make a choice. If this year they were allowed only one
] victory -- a Red Sox World Series or a John Kerry
] presidency -- which would it be?
] "Oh God, you can't do this to me," was the first response
] of director Ken Burns ("Baseball," "The Civil War")...
] "For a dyed-in-the-wool Democrat and a Red Sox fan since
] 1938 at the age of 4 and a half, that is an impossible
] choice," said Michael Dukakis, the 1988 Democratic
] presidential candidate...

Even better answers from the likes of Doris Kearns Goodwin... Life | Curses!

Latest Business News and Financial Information |
Topic: Miscellaneous 5:58 pm EDT, Oct 14, 2004

] Santa Clara, California-based Sun reported a net loss for
] its first fiscal quarter ended Sept. 26 of $174 million,
] or 5 cents per share, compared with a year-ago net loss
] of $286 million, or 9 cents per share.

Latest Business News and Financial Information |

Google Desktop Search Download
Topic: Society 3:43 pm EDT, Oct 14, 2004

] Search your own computer.

Google Desktop Search Download

CORRECTING and REPLACING FDA Clears VeriChip for Medical Applications in the United States
Topic: Miscellaneous 3:41 pm EDT, Oct 14, 2004

] Applied Digital (NASDAQ: ADSX - News), a provider of
] Security Through Innovation(TM) and Digital Angel
] Corporation (AMEX:DOC - News) announced today that
] VeriChip(TM), the world's first implantable radio
] frequency identification (RFID) microchip for human use,
] has been cleared by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration
] (FDA) for medical uses in the United States. The FDA
] clearance follows the completion of a de novo application
] review.

CORRECTING and REPLACING FDA Clears VeriChip for Medical Applications in the United States

Technology News: Hardware: IBM Gets Flexible with Small Storage Systems
Topic: Miscellaneous 4:54 pm EDT, Oct 13, 2004

] The DS6000 is "as small as one-twentieth the size of
] comparable EMC systems" for as little as half the price,
] IBM touted in its press release. It broadens IBM's
] storage portfolio into the midrange, but offers more
] storage capacity and features than had been available at
] that price level.
] List price for the base model is $97,000. It is built on
] IBM's Power4 process and has storage capacity ranging
] from 580 gigabytes to 67.2 terabytes.

"Small" Storage Systems.

Technology News: Hardware: IBM Gets Flexible with Small Storage Systems Politics
Topic: Miscellaneous 4:53 pm EDT, Oct 13, 2004

] Gallup doesn't release any new horse race numbers
] today, but publishes a statistical pre-debate analysis.
] One prominent conclusion is that Bush's performance
] in the first two debates hasn't left voters
] expecting too much for the third: Kerry is expected to
] win by a 54-36 margin. Politics

EMC acquires Retrospect maker Dantz - Computerworld
Topic: Miscellaneous 4:51 pm EDT, Oct 13, 2004

] OCTOBER 12, 2004 (MACCENTRAL) - Hopinkton, Mass.-based
] EMC Corp. announced today that it has acquired Retrospect
] backup software maker Dantz Development Corp. The deal
] closed on Friday and was done as a cash transaction
] valued at less than $50 million. Dantz is EMC's 15th
] software acquisition since 2000, according to the
] company.

EMC acquires Retrospect maker Dantz - Computerworld

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