Wednesday, June 30, 2004

Watson, Konfabulator and Grapes. For the sake of customers, Apple needs to improve relations with third-party developers, but Watson and Konfabulator are really bad poster children to hold up.

Why'd the Democrats lose in 2000? Larry Eastw00d sez it's 'cause they're aborting potential voters. ROE v. GORE?

John Kerry: Leaving Blacks cold - a nice article on Kerry's, uh, issues.
John Kerry's first move to secure their enthusiastic support might have been simply to follow Hippocrates' instruction: do no harm. But when he appeared before the National Conference of Black Mayors in April, Kerry chose to speak not about their concerns but about his plan to make the U.S.'s chemical plants more secure.

Sunday, June 27, 2004

Democrats dare to dream - A nice article on how savvy maneuvering has allowed the Democrats to gain some unthinkable advantages early on. A replacement for Terry McAullife? Please?

On the set of the new Batman - Looks GOOD....!@$

Forbes ranks top cities for singles - Factors include nightlife, number of singles, "coolness," culture, cost of living singly, job growth, and popularity.

1. Denver-Boulder
2. Washington-Baltimore
3. Austin
4. Atlanta
5. Boston
6. Los Angeles
7. Phoenix
8. New York
9. San Francisco - Oakland
10. Miami

Mac OS X.4 "Tiger" Shots Leaked? - Among the features of interest: (1) Something called Dashboard (Looks like a shareware ripoff), (2) Searching system prefs which involves highlighting, (3) And firewall upgraded to a stealth firewall. As of now, I'm not sure if it's worth upgrading, unless they throw in iLife '04 and some SPEED BUMPS (which is also supposedly included). goes the stock price!@$

Wednesday, June 23, 2004

The Condensed Clinton:

Page 742: Strom Thurmond, 94, tells Chelsea, "If I were 70 years younger, I'd court you!"

Tuesday, June 22, 2004

Harvard researcher Robert Barro finds religious participation to be negatively correlated with economic growth. yowza@#

Roger Ebert on Shrek 2:

The movie has several songs, none of which I found very memorable, although of course I am the same person who said the Simon and Garfunkel songs in "The Graduate" were "instantly forgettable."

i knew i liked ol' rog for a reason!@#

Friday, June 18, 2004

Roger Ebert on Fahrenheit 9/11:

"In your articles discussing Michael Moore's film 'Fahrenheit 9/11,' you call it a documentary. I always thought of documentaries as presenting facts objectively without editorializing. While I have enjoyed many of Mr. Moore's films, I don't think they fit the definition of a documentary."

That's where you're wrong.

oh snap!

Sunday, June 13, 2004

Come to Hell with Halliburton...the pay's good! - Ahhh, the joys of PVT MKT.

Alcohol, prostitution alleged at Abu Ghraib - And the story gets closer to the Rush Limbaugh version of what Abu Ghraib really was..?

Edwards favored as Kerry Veep - Bring some emotive substance into the campaign, that's for sure..

Half-Life 2 code thieves arrested?

Former officials say Bush must go - Including, interestingly, the US Ambassador to Israel appointed by George The Father.

"Great news on terror" turns out to be "ass news on terror" - Mmm, nothing like the smell of inaccurate CIA reports propping up the administration in the morning!@

Beatles catalog headed for digital distribution - With a focus on exclusive deals with WMV format stores...Ah, yes, lame-ass revenge is sweet?

Thursday, June 10, 2004

Steve Jobs offers help to John Kerry - Because he "knows something about advertising." Heh*$

Wednesday, June 09, 2004

Intel CEO calls for doubling the NSF budget - Yessssssssssss. More of this calling needs to happen.

Think Secret's scOOp on new Apple displays - Including the abandonment of ADC. Apple gets rid of another proprietary standard...woo!@^&* Stevie J's way or the highway, baybee!*^&

Tuesday, June 08, 2004

Gore: Fellow Democrat "treacherous," "dishonest" - First, he steps out of beat in the 2000 election by thinking he knows how to run a campaign better than those who win them. Then, he steps out of beat in '04 by endorsing Dean at a time when people don't really endorse - especially people with a shred or two of dignity left. Now this. I think the APPLE MOJO's gone to his head. I don't care what Gore thinks of Miami-Dade's mayor, but someone has to step in and start putting up an effective opposition to the neoconservatism, and infighting ain't the way.

Monday, June 07, 2004

Apple vs. Linux: An uncomfortable battle - Interesting...more Apple rrrrrape?

Sunday, June 06, 2004

Conservative donors won't back Bush 2004 - A few million dollars down, a few hundred million to go..?

Confessions of a former MSFT employee - Too good to be true? Thoughts?

10 things Apple did to make OSX faster

Walkman's conceptual inventor considers suing Apple - Get in line, Mr. Pavel - Apple Corp, ∑min∑m...anyone else? I wonder how much of the iPod's profits will be pWnEd by Apple's escalating legal liabilities.

Upcoming Macintosh release rumor-action -Note:

Something Else?

I remain hesitant to even suggest something else as the frequency of various Tablet/iBox rumors seems to overwhelm more traditional (ie. realistic) reports... but some scattered whispers have suggested "something else" altogether... related to a hangable display/appliance. More details will be posted if/when available...

It is TIME.....?!@

How much Apple Store Employees get paid - Interesting, in case you're looking for some work: The Geniuii get shafted, as do the keyholders. Best position's in management, baybee!@(*&$

Thursday, June 03, 2004

Senate approves preliminary flag protection Amendment again - Ugh.

The intern strikes back - The intern besmirched by the Drudge Report writes an editorial.

Toshiba set to release 60GB drives - Ushering in the $500 60 gig iPods, no doubt: I wonder when the $199 iPods are gonna be coming out....hrmmm.

Tuesday, June 01, 2004

Mel Karmazin resigns as President of Viacom - Whoa...didn't see that one comin'!#@

Farenheit 9/11 has Bush Sr. boiling - Considering this is the same generation of Bush that lambasted The Simpsons, I'm not particularly concerned...nevertheless:

We asked what he thought of Moore's use of the comment Barbara Bush made at the start of the Iraq war: "Why should we hear about body bags, and deaths? ... Why should I waste my beautiful mind on something like that? And watch [my son] suffer."

Said her furious husband: "For him to take on Barbara is just beyond the pale. She's a decent, wonderful person, and to have to answer anything about what that slimeball says is just too much."

Informed of Bush's tirade, Moore told us he had "fond memories" of "41" asking for a print of his movie "Roger & Me" to show at Camp David in the winter of 1990.