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Entries from June 2003

Enquiring Minds Want to Know: “What’s a Blog?”

June 30th, 2003 · No Comments

Well, looks like I’m not the only one trying to figure out this blog stuff lately. The Berkman Center for Internet & Society at Harvard Law School is also working on it. Being both the Director of Information Systems for a large company during the day and a law student at night, my interests are, […]

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Tags: Blogs & Blogging

Working With Images…

June 29th, 2003 · 1 Comment

Apologies to those who come to read the more philosophical postings on this site. Sometimes a guy just has to experiment… My wife recently graduated from California State University, Fresno with honors. I figured that gives me an opportunity to experiment with creating a post with an embedded image. It almost goes without saying that […]

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Tags: Personal Life


June 26th, 2003 · No Comments

My Bloginality is INTP!!! Whatever that means… Read more on what it means to be an INTP. On a more serious note, I’m still trying to get my head around this whole blogging thing. Anyone out there have any ideas about it, feel free to write! Right now, I’m blog-bouncing and trying to figure out […]

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Tags: Blogs & Blogging · Personal Life

The Failure of Big-L

June 24th, 2003 · 1 Comment

Why are the Liberals (Big-L) so incapable of getting the message of liberalism (small-L) across to the American public? They are, after all, less harmful and more often correct regarding social issues than the Right (BIG-R). Molly Ivins writes frequently, entertainly, truthfully and most often correctly about the foibles of the Right. In a column […]

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Tags: Politics-In-General

Homeland Security

June 19th, 2003 · No Comments

The following is a quote from the Congressional Record: September 3, 2002 (Senate), Page S8041-S8048.       Did you catch that? President Truman submitted a proposal that had been drafted, not by four people in secrecy in the basement of the White House, but by representatives of the armed forces and had been approved by the Secretaries […]

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Tags: Homeland Security

Invasion of privacy…

June 18th, 2003 · 1 Comment

…moves to a whole new level. For those who don’t worry about this sort of thing…the day is coming when science will be able to scan your head as you enter a public arena. By observing activity in various parts of your brain, science can already determine things like propensity for violence, lack of impulse […]

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Tags: Privacy

What Bush Really Hates

June 18th, 2003 · No Comments

Excerpt from story about businesses that can spend tons of money to convince you of false “facts” while simultaneously making sure no one who knows the truth is allowed to talk: The Bush administration supports Nike….[Solicitor General Theodore Olson] also said California’s law represents “government power transferred to private citizens….” If there’s one thing Bush […]

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The Progressives

June 16th, 2003 · No Comments

I’m going to make a commitment to begin writing a “column” of sorts every weekend, so there will be at least four a month. For now, just read this Bill Moyer’s speech about The Progressives. I wish there was a way to get everyone in America to read this.

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