Saturday, July 12, 2003

The veil between what's real, and what exists solely in the realm of science fiction and comic books is becoming increasingly opaque. Wired magazine looks at ten capabilities that mimic abilities that one might be very tempted to call Super Powers.

Friday, July 11, 2003

Suspending constitutions for budgetary convenience? I imagine that there are legislatures that conveniently ignore constitutional provisions all the time. But, it's amazing that a State Supreme Court would so blatantly urge a legislature to do this.
How much do musical choices reveal of your personality?
The mainstream media is catching on to something that some on the net have been proclaiming for a while: Google cache raises copyright concerns

Thursday, July 10, 2003

Wednesday, July 09, 2003

I like the way that Professor James Paul Gee thinks -- read his take on the the importance of video games
It's good to see the Dixie Chicks Strike Back, in front of the Senate, about the power of too much media in too few hands. Thanks Emily, Natalie and Martie.

Sunday, July 06, 2003

What is privacy worth when no one has any? Should those who would strip away other's privacy be the first to feel the loss? That's what a couple of researchers are asking, as reported in Website turns tables on government officials
This is good -- E-Mail Mobs Materialize All Over The internet is showing promise of being a means of uniting grassroots activists and allowing them to engage in constructive and meaningful protests.