Old News

October 31, 2000

Gore on the environment, again.
On the same note, more Gore lies.

Haloween myths

Massachusetts is trying to save its residents... from sushi.

A Federal wetlands case.

Football more dangerous to kids than guns?

A nice article comparing the Mustang and the Williamette (pdf)

Amazing how easy it is for the FBI to get a warrant.

October 25, 2000

NASA fighting NOAA in a PR fight.

Intel and Rambus slug it out too.

Filtering software in schools gets an F.

Creator of the Gaia theory berates Greens for ignorance.

Gore dodges the gun control issue.

Voters getting tired of public education.

The Libertarian Party and the High Tech sector.

The EU is trying to make hacking (and, incidentally, computer security research) illegeal by treaty.

Kuro5his has a round-table with Harry Browne. Post your questions, Browne is answering them.

And why vote for the lesser of two evils? Vote Vader.

October 23, 2000

NASA is going to be testing a flying pack soon.

Meet The Press caved to veiwer complaints and put Harry Browne on the show. Unfortunately, it was one of those back-handed compliment type things. Despite Mr. Browne matching Buchanan in the polls (and beating him in number of states on the ballot, among other things), Browne was featured together with two other candidates, instead of given his own spot.

And in more Harry Browne news, check out this roundtable on Kuro5hin. Ask your questions, Mr. Browne will be answering.

October 18, 2000

All about Gore:
Insight Magazine

Wahsington Times
World Net Daily
In His Own Words

The Cato Institute talks about tax cuts.

And yet another problem with our public schools.

October 17, 2000

Gore and Bush speak out on global warming.

Concerning the rise and decline of the state.

October 13, 2000

WHO member thinks the state should have a say in how their citizens breed.

Want to find out about Milosevic's replacement, and what he thinks of Clinton?

And get two opinions of who won the second debate:
Portrait of America
Libertarian Party

October 11, 2000

Good news for all you coffee lovers out there, caffiene isn't as addictive as you thought.

The real repurcusions of the global economy (and the people who hate it)

And find out what Clinton himself thinks the greatest achievement of his Presidency was.

And a little pre- or post-debate reading.

October 10, 2000

There's a Harry Browne interview available on line. It's a half-hour long, and in Real Audio format.

And an article on wearable computers.

Motorola is starting to play naughty with its retailers.

AT&T is beginning to think it's some sort of revenue agent.

And there's some news in the field of organic LEDs, which might soon bring prices on all sorts of small electronic equipment down.

October 9, 2000

I don't have an author for this one, but it's a nice little bit about the American dollar bill.

Some lady is suing McDonalds for a few hundred grand with a claim that she burned herself on a hot pickle, and, of course, it was McDonald's fault for delivering a faulty product. I just wonder how hard it is to make a defective hamburger (one not involving food-poisoning, that is), or why, if these hamburgers are so dangers, McDonalds has managed to sell billions of them without many pickle incidents...

And would like to know some of John "Trust Buster" Klein's real legacy? Read on...

October 6, 2000

A good paper (slightly out of date, 1994) about technological advances and how they will and have effected warfare.

Ad-Aware to get rid of the annyoing ad software a lot of "freeware" programs are using these days.

And an article about Harry Browne's exclusion from national media.

October 5, 2000

An article about an odd new technology called Universal Planar Modulation.

See (or hear) Harry Browne comment on the recent Presidential Debates and the questions therein.

October 4, 2000

A little commentary on DDT.

Some interesting news about the Environmentalists; especially the bit about James Lovelock, creator of the Gaia theory.

And several reviews of Arming America, that supposed history book that attacks the Second Amendment.
National Review
Gun Scarcity in the Early Republic (pdf)

And finally, a couple bits of news about the debates and elections.

October 3, 2000

Quite a few political links today:
Letting Down Our Reserves
A Future For Gold
Some real Presidential Debates coming up to counter that junk on TV tonight
'These are FR coffees, right?'

October 2, 2000

For those of you who like games that are more story than pretty, check out this year's Interactive Fiction Competition.


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