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Archive for July, 2003

RAFwww.rafinfo.de tells the story of the Rote Armee Fraktion.

A PDA That Knows Where You Are. Or, as Forbes.com puts it: A PDA That Tells You Where To Go.

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Quiz: What is the name of the company, of which a PR executive said that “the company thrives on chaos, which served them well in its early days” ? You’ll find the answer here, in the Seattle Weekly…

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rswt. Just a four-letter word, but one that may have a profound impact – if it gets to be what it promises to be: Remote SWT is very much an X-Windows look-a-like, at least on an architectural level. In any case, this project is worth following.

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Laws of Software Complexity: check them out at Artima.com.

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NUKLEOS WEBLOG 2003-07-27

Why? I don’t understand the discussion that’s going on in the USA – you can trust computers when they’re dealing with your money and your bank accounts, but not when they are used for registering votes? Wired: “Even then, he said, computers and voting should not mix“.

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NUKLEOS WEBLOG 2003-07-23

Important ReminderMichael Parenti writesthat Bush is neither retarded nor misdirected. Given his class perspective and interests, there are compelling reasons to commit armed aggression against Iraq—and against other countries to come. It is time we dwelled less upon his malapropisms and more on his rather effective deceptions and relentless viciousness“.

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Strange… that this lesson comes from the land of unbounded capitalism: Business lessons from the donut and coffee guy. You’d expect wisdom like this from different sources… Seriously now. I know: stereotypes are always wrong, and so is this one – but don’t forget that most people out AND in the US of A always see the extremes, and not the extensive variation that lies between them. Then again, do you think that such a lesson will influence the way world economy is evolving?

And So Is This: Strange. I’m not sure I could work with XML-formatted data if it were presented to me like this.

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