"U.S. President George W. Bush and his advisors have embarked on a historic mission to change the world. Too bad they ignored the lessons of history."
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Now you can send Conservative Fruitcakes to all the… um… conservative fruitcakes you know.
Internet Explorer Is Too Dangerous to Keep Using… no, really?
Security expert Bruce Schneier notes that "Unchecked police and military power is a security threat—just as important a threat as unchecked terrorism. There is no reason to sacrifice the former to obtain the latter, and there are very good reasons not to."
"RegimeChangeGuide.com will provide you with the basic information to help you make a tangible contribution to sending George W. Bush back to Crawford, Texas. But don't get nervous. You don't have to memorize the Democratic party platform or take off the entire summer in order to help."
Webgrid is a UK-based site that specializes in freeware downloads.
In this paranoid age, the mere act of taking a picture is interpreted by some as a threat. The Photographers Right explains in plain language what rights photographers have. :reqacrobat:
"GIMPguru.org is a resource for those using the GNU Image Manipulation Program (GIMP) to edit photographs." The site includes tutorials, forums, and an "Ask the Guru" feature.
Any Usenet veteran will recognize the value of this list of thirty-eight dishonest tricks which are commonly used in argument, with the methods of overcoming them.
Dr. Nancy Dixon outlines the precepts of common knowledge. How do companies thrive by sharing what they know?
RentAJerk.com will perform all those unpleasant tasks you need done—breaking up with a boyfriend, telling a coworker to use some damn mouthwash already fer cryin' out loud—at bargain rates.
The powerful 3D animation tool werkkzeug has been released, apparently as freeware.