Study this guide to conversational cheap shots carefully—so you can avoid using them, of course.
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David Neiwert examines the state of hate among the young.
Jakob Nielsen, noted usability guru, elaborates on his list of Top Ten Mistakes in Web Design.
The programming section at OneSmartClick.com links to quick reference cards and longer works on HTML, CSS, Apache, and other web-related topics.
This page of cool Google tips has some tricks I didn't know about.
"A campaign worker for President Bush said on Thursday American workers unhappy with low-quality jobs should find new ones—or pop a Prozac to make themselves feel better. "Why don't they get new jobs if they're unhappy—or go on Prozac?" said Susan Sheybani, an assistant to Bush campaign spokesman Terry Holt."
David Langford presents his picks for top 20 science fiction and fantasy novels. Good gravy, I've only read three of these…
From the folks at O'Reilly comes a new magazine for the real-world hacker: "Make brings the do-it-yourself mindset to all the technology in your life. Make is loaded with exciting projects that help you make the most of your technology at home and away from home. This is a magazine that celebrates your right to tweak, hack, and bend any technology to your own will."
There are a couple of good ways to back up your email in Thunderbird for Windows.
Yes, you can remove Internet Explorer from Windows.
Labor and Materials is an Iraqi reality TV show in which houses destroyed by war are rebuilt with donated materials.
Learn how to make your own Windows Updates CD.
President George W. Bush lied about statements made by Fidel Castro in a recent speech to Florida law enforcement officials. He accused Castro of promoting prostitution to boost tourism to Cuba. The alleged quotes from the dictator were in fact plagiarized from a Dartmouth undergraduate paper that had been posted on the Internet. Oops.