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There are great benefits to connectedness, but we haven't wrapped our minds around the costs.

Are You Going to Eat That?
Topic: Health and Wellness 9:15 am EDT, Jul 26, 2004

Lisa: Hey, Tubby! Want another Pop Tart, Tubby?

Bart: I'm comfortable with the way I am.

Are You Going to Eat That?


The Glue of In-ism
Topic: Politics and Law 9:10 am EDT, Jul 26, 2004

In a time of fear, civil liberty butters no political parsnips.

The Glue of In-ism


Faithless - Weapon of Mass Destruction Video
Topic: Music 9:04 am EDT, Jul 26, 2004

Whether long range weapon or suicide bomber
Wicked mind is a weapon of mass destruction
Disinformation is a weapon of mass destruction
Fear is a weapon of mass destruction
Inaction is a weapon of mass destruction

Faithless - Weapon of Mass Destruction Video


3 Hours Over 4 Nights With 1 Fear
Topic: War on Terrorism 9:00 am EDT, Jul 26, 2004

Fear rules.

Fear rocks.

Fear is a weapon of mass distraction.

3 Hours Over 4 Nights With 1 Fear


You Could Call Swimming a Cure-All
Topic: Health and Wellness 8:47 am EDT, Jul 26, 2004

43 percent of New York City elementary-school children are overweight.

You Could Call Swimming a Cure-All


Tiny Agency's Analysis Is Better Than Big Rivals'
Topic: Politics and Law 8:42 am EDT, Jul 26, 2004

"They are a curmudgeonlike group who delight in being different and getting to the body of something and not caring what other people think."

Tiny Agency's Analysis Is Better Than Big Rivals'


Federal Retirement Crisis
Topic: Society 8:33 am EDT, Jul 26, 2004

More than 50 percent of all federal employees are within five years of retirement, including 70 percent of all senior managers.

Federal Retirement Crisis


In the interest of war
Topic: War on Terrorism 5:12 pm EDT, Jul 25, 2004

You may not be interested in war,
but war is interested in you.

-- Trotsky


Mastering the Art of the Swipe
Topic: Technology 9:59 am EDT, Jul 25, 2004

Like the heads in a VCR, the ones in card readers can wear out. After all, they are reading cards at an extraordinary rate. The busiest turnstile in the subway system, turnstile No. 10 in the middle array by the escalators in the main entrance to the subway below Grand Central Terminal, reads a whopping 236,000 cards a month.

I thought that was a neat factoid. I can imagine New Yorkers saying to themselves, "I know that turnstile!"

The article is rich in trivia about heavy-duty magnetic card readers and the millions of people who (ab)use them.

Mastering the Art of the Swipe


Saddam's people are winning the war -- Scott Ritter
Topic: International Relations 9:36 am EDT, Jul 25, 2004

The battle for Iraq's sovereign future is a battle for the hearts and minds of the Iraqi people. As things stand, it appears that victory will go to the side most in tune with the reality of the Iraqi society of today: the leaders of the anti-US resistance.

The most visible symbol of Saddam's decision to embrace Islam was his order to add the words "God Is Great" to the Iraqi flag.

There is no elegant solution to our Iraqi debacle. It is no longer a question of winning but rather of mitigating defeat.

Saddam's people are winning the war -- Scott Ritter


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