Posted on 28 Dec 2002
On the propaganda agency and what has happened so far towards secrecy.
As arabs complied with the new INS regulations to register that they are in the country, apparently one fourth of them were detained the details come from the LA Times (copy is here)
Posted on 20 Dec 2002
Posted on 18 Dec 2002
Recently I was discussing with Nat the fact that I did not believe that the way corporations responded to the anonymous share holder was right. And that corporations should have a dual commitment: one social, and one to their sharholders.
He sent me this link from Adbusters.
Also, there is a new Mark Fiore
Posted on 14 Dec 2002
Posted on 09 Dec 2002
* Perpetual War Portfolio
Death is the best investment: The Perpetual War Portfolio.
* Open Secrets: how is the government ran
Democracy today is not ran by the people, but by corporations that purchase their own leader. http://www.opensecrets.org has the data on contributions to the ellections.
* The Best Democracy Money Can Buy:
I contributed this post to a thread on slashdot.
* Pentagon Papers
I have been fascinated by the process through which Daniel Ellsberg leaked the Vietnam study that was commisioned by McNamara to the New York Times.
The man who leaked the Pentagon Papers talks about why five American presidents lied about Vietnam -- and how to get the truth on Iraq.
Audio from the Nixon phone conversations when the Pentagon Papers were leaked out to the New York Times. Amazing recordings. The call with Kissinger actually started the "plumbers" mess that would eventually lead to Watergate, and later to his impeachment.
* Found the National Security Archive
Lots of information on US National Security. Including information from the Pentagon Papers incident.
* Operation Enduring Fredom: Best Bloopers
Can be found: here
My friend Adam gave me a link to this interesting story on oil
* Am I a terrorist or Not?
Am I a Terrorist or Not. Not funny.
* What the world thinks in 2002.
An interesting poll about what people think in 2002.
* Mozilla 1.2.1 and new Galeon
Am using a set of RPMs compiled by Duncan, and the Xft packages for Ximian and am loving my web browsing experience with the new Xft2-based Mozilla and Galeon.
Mozilla 1.2.1 is significantly faster, and the Typeahead features of it are a delight to use.
Posted on 08 Dec 2002