Month: April 2004

How can I say “here are some links” in a compelling fashion?

“[T]his notion that voluntary programs alone will work to address global warming in the utility sector is a farce”.

You heard it here first: Noam Chomsky has a blog.

Confused about what’s going on in Tajikistan, Uzbekistan, Kyrgyzstan, and other countries in that area of the world? So is Scout, which is why he’s bloggin the Stans.

Speaking of oddly named nation states, I’ve created one. It’s a minor diversion but a very clever way to sell a book.

Is your house messy? I admit I’ve reached second degree squalor.


Mmmm… cake.


Claim vs. Fact: Condoleeza Rice. A must-read.

ornamental divider

It’s not that I’ve been too busy to update, though in some ways I have. The biggest reason for my non-loquaciousness is that my monitor stopped working. Therefore, I haven’t had access to my computer in the last few weeks. The stopgap solutions haven’t worked, so I plan to buy a new monitor; I’ll probably bus down to CompUSA and buy another 17-inch CRT (the cheapest solution backed by warranty and not requiring shipping charges). Fun.

It’s my niece’s first birthday today. Yay!

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