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Computing: So Much For Tablet PCs
Sunday, 2004 February 22 - 5:02 pm
Microsoft insisted the Tablet PC would be revolutionary. PC makers bought into the hype, and now they're paying the price.

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Nader Set to Boost His Ego Again
Sunday, 2004 February 22 - 11:42 am
Oh, for cryin' out loud. Ralph Nader is at it again: he's going to run for President an independent candidate. When will the madness end?

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Books: How to Breathe Underwater
Tuesday, 2004 February 10 - 11:57 pm
How to Breathe Underwater is a collection of short stories by a high-school friend of mine, Julie Orringer.

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Books: Nickel and Dimed
Tuesday, 2004 February 10 - 11:38 pm
Nickel and Dimed, by Barbara Ehrenreich, explores a writer's experiment trying to make a living as a typical American wage-slave. This book sparked a controversy at the University of North Carolina when it was put on the required summer reading list for incoming freshmen; the book was dismissed as liberal propaganda.

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Society: Massachusetts Allows Gay Marriage
Tuesday, 2004 February 10 - 11:12 pm
The Christian right is in an uproar about a recent Massachusetts court ruling that gay people should legally be allowed to be married. I have to wonder: what's all the fuss?

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Society: "Under God" E-mail Hoax
Tuesday, 2004 February 10 - 10:30 pm
An e-mail hoax from a few years ago has sprung up in my e-mail inbox again. It claims that Pepsi has put the Pledge of Allegiance on a new patriotic can design, but has left off the words "Under God". For this reason, we are supposed to boycott Pepsi. Not only is this e-mail untrue... it is offensive.

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The Hyped-Up Draft-Dodging Scandal
Tuesday, 2004 February 10 - 10:14 pm
There's been some media buzz about the fact that Bush may have evaded his military duty during the Vietnam war. But perhaps Democrats should pick their battles more carefully.

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Kerry Piling Up Primary Wins
Tuesday, 2004 February 10 - 10:01 pm
With John Kerry starting to pull away in the Democratic nomination race, some Democrats think the party should coalesce behind him as quickly as possible.

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Home Theater: Setting Up a Home Theater Macintosh
Tuesday, 2004 February 10 - 5:01 pm
I recently connected an old Macintosh to my Sony high-definition rear-projection TV. Here are some notes on the project.

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