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A recent conference explored the mind of the fundamentalist.
The Toymaker offers "paper toys, holiday cards, valentines, sun boxs, baskets and bags, origami and ephemera… all for you to make."
Willcam's Comprehensive HTML Cross Reference is great because… well, because you can never have too many HTML cheatsheets.
Linux users can use the batch command to run programs when their system load is low.
How To Hack Your Head asks the burning question: "…what would happen if you put your own brain under the scanner. What unique configuration in your cerebral cortex would be revealed under such scrutiny? What telltale pattern of firing neurons would you discover? As it turns out, you don't need to volunteer yourself for a research study to get a glimpse of the inner life of your brain."
"The world cringes as George Bush, militant neocons and the completely mad religious right steer the Bush Ship of State toward the jagged shoals. God has left the building." And the Laughter of the Gods rings out hollowly amidst the vault of the heavens…
The Weekly Standards "is dedicated to recognizing sites that have been lovingly crafted with web standards and the future in mind."
If you use Windows, you will find something of value in this list of 174 Tips to a Better Windows Experience.
Any Macintosh user will find something vauable in his compilation of Magical Macintosh Key Sequences.
A handy guide will help music-loving Linux users in Getting the Most Out of XMMS.
"Since March 2003, a newly-enforced military regulation has forbidden taking or distributing images of caskets or body tubes containing the remains of soldiers who died overseas." In a victory for the Freedom of Information Act, over three hundred photos of the coffins carrying the casualties of the Iraqi war have been released by the Pentagon.
Coworker Cards are "the fun way to address those thoughtless acts of your 40 hour partners."