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"Wisconsin! Think of it as Minnesota au gratin." -- Richard S. Russell

Monday, August 14, 2000

The group Sold Out USA has a new version of the American flag. The 50 stars are replaced with the logos of the companies who are the most active political lobbies.

I heard about this the old-school way, listening to KPFA this evening on the drive home. It seems the LAPD, who has been ordered not to walk in an arrest everyone at the Convergence Center (where DNC protestors have been organizing,) came up with a new way to harrass demonstrators. At the Independent Media Center's site (also HQ for Democracy Now! and Deep Dish TV,) the police decided there was a bomb threat and cordoned off the building. Interestingly enough, no bomb disposal gear or people showed up.

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Saturday, August 12, 2000

This article is a start on how to approach HTML forms using XSL and XML. But be warned, you open the hood on this one, there's plenty of hairballs to sort out.

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Friday, August 11, 2000

With 130+ executions to his name, you'd have to figure that industry lobbies would be courting Bush to be the official instrument of justice.

"When the state of Utah had the honor of executing Gary Gilmore, one of its most notorious and cold-blooded killers, it counted on an old-fashioned firing squad to get the job done. If a rifle was good enough to send Gary Gilmore to hell, isn't it good enough for the soulless killers in your state?"

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This week's "A List Apart" is a homage to one of my favorite movies. If you've accused anyone in the production department of your Web shop of being a "Code Nazi," or have had that term applied to you, you'll love this story about validation and doomsday devices.

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Thursday, August 10, 2000

[ via Wardco ] Use the web economy bs generator to create randomized catch phrases. Now take these to the next 'new economy' presentation or marketing pitch and check them off as they are uttered.

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Wednesday, August 09, 2000

[ via XMLHack ] Zvon.org has a new training tool for XSLT. You enter XPATH expressions into XSLT and see how they work by highlighting the selected nodes in example XML documents.

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Dear Bill,
What can I put on my trunk that will guarantee I'd be yanked from my car and beaten to death by angry mobs in the Bible Belt?

Monday, August 07, 2000

There's a new version of the PHP Sablot wrapper class I wrote to support Stephen Liu's extension. One of the improvements, besides the ablity to pass strings as top-level parameters to style sheets, is documentation.

[ via Haddock ] This IBM alphaworks gizmo for IE browsers looks like a cross between DeepLeap and Apple's Data Detectors.

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From FirstMonday.dk, a survey of the on-line porn controversy covering library filtering, the conflicts over porn between "radical" and "libertarian" feminisms, and the Rimm study.

To tons of merchandise piled high on metal shelving, apply shearing and shaking forces. Don't go warehousing in earthquake weather.

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Thursday, August 03, 2000

Bigot and self-described Man of G_D Jerry Falwell told the Mercury News this week that the GOP can win this fall if the Religious Right can stay shut up. Aside from the hissy fit on the floor when an openly Gay Congressman spoke on trade, the nuts have done a good job of staying out of the spotlight. But before you think Dub and Company have marginalized the Christian Right, check out a report from the Christian Coalition's Faith and Freedom rally in Philadelphia. They are still a major influence on the GOP.

Mary Gentle's written some great SF and Fantasy including Rats and Gargolyes, Golden Witchbreed, its dark twin Ancient Light, and her latest Ash. In this interview she talks about her background (M.A. in War Studies,) writing and why Ash is four volumes in the US but only one in the UK.

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