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The Ultimate Printer Manual may be the last printer reference you'll ever need.
Are you troubled because you spilled something icky-sticky on your keyboard, bunky? Well, cheer up, because according to some, You CAN Put Your Keyboard in the Dishwasher!
Is your favorite CD unplayable because of a scratch or scuff mark? The fix is easy: polish it with Brasso.
With the Gloves Off: "[I]t's a little difficult to understand how these kinds of profoundly dehumanizing practices – not to mention the physical torture we've heard so much about – could be enthusiastically embraced by a government headed by men who think all life is sacred. Either I'm missing something, or President Bush, Tom DeLay and their ilk are fashioning whole new zones of hypocrisy for Americans to inhabit."
Learn two quick hacks that let you set up multiple homepages in Firefox.
Web Apps Compendium "is a short but comprehensive compilation of web apps I've come across that make my browsing and web design experience better."
Grisbi is an open source personal finance manager, and runs under both Linux and Windows.
This won't be news to anyone whose idea of being an informed citizen goes beyond sitting n their ass watching F*x News… Senate Majority Leader Bill Frist is a flaming hypocrite, having taken part in the filibuster of a judicial nominee in March 2000.
"Seven months before the invasion of Iraq, the head of British foreign intelligence reported to Prime Minister Tony Blair that President Bush wanted to topple Saddam Hussein by military action and warned that in Washington intelligence was "being fixed around the policy," according to notes of a July 23, 2002, meeting with Blair at No. 10 Downing Street."
"Now, it is possible that no interrogator at Guantanamo Bay ever flushed pages of the Koran down the toilet, as the now-retracted Newsweek story reported… But surely the larger point is not the story itself but that it was so eminently plausible, in Pakistan, Afghanistan and everywhere else. And it was plausible precisely because interrogation techniques designed to be offensive to Muslims were used in Iraq and Guantanamo, as administration and military officials have also confirmed."
Of martyrs and heroes: Do states stand up to evil, or is that an ability unique to individuals?
The Evolution of Creationism: "The latest struggle over the teaching of evolution in the public schools of Kansas provides striking evidence that evolution is occurring right before our eyes. Every time the critics of Darwinism lose a battle over reshaping the teaching of biology, they evolve into a new form, armed with arguments that sound progressively more benign, while remaining as dangerous as ever."