Move east young man…

CSMonitor: Pacific Coast as a boom-bust belt. Everything changes. For so long we’ve been told the opportunity is on the West Coast. No longer. Steve, you will like this one… 46% of all duct tape is produced by the Manco Company – a $100,000 GOP campaign contributor. Irrelevant? You decide. For you Wal-Mart haters, a […]

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Bought a guitar and….

The Grammys had it’s moments, but overall still sucked. For starters, the artists kept their mouths shut. How boring. And frightened looking. I swore you could see the uncertainty, “Should I speak, or will I get booed?” Even Springsteen played it safe. Did you notice the expanding trend (started last year) of highlighting music that’s […]

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Good news. bad news, craziness

First the good – Mike is considering to resume blogging. I have the very same feelings about Mike’s efforts that Jonathon Delacour did. He’s a great conversation starter and will get you thinking in terms you may be uncomfortable with. He’s back on my on blogroll in anticipation of getting those controversial discussions started up […]

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Avengers Assemble!

Let me urge the Dem webloggers on my blogroll to link to one another more often. Oliver Willis, Eschaton, Rittenhouse, rc3.org, dangerousmeta, BillSaysThis, Jonathon Delacour, Burningbird, PageCount. Actually – the last three already do. They cross-blog like crazy. But my associates at the top sometimes miss each other’s good works. Republicans seem more likely to […]

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Java on the client side

Two postive articles by Nicholas Petreley on client-side Java: LinuxWorld: Vive Java et Blackdown! LinuxWorld: Jedit, Jext & J: Java-based editors compared. Over at ThisIsCool is a build of GCC that will compile to executables Java client-side apps with SWT.

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