Archive for July, 2004

Jul 31 2004

The Case Against George W. Bush

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An extremely well-written article by Ron Reagan in the September 2004 issue of Esquire : The son of the fortieth president of the United States takes a hard look at the son of the forty-first and does not like what he sees. Before you start reading, note that you can increase the text size in your […]

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Jul 31 2004

DNC Speakers and Speeches

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If you missed any of the speakers and speeches at the DNC this week, you can watch them on the 2004 Democratic National Convention Official Site.

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Jul 31 2004

Listmania! The 2004 President Bush Christmas wish-list

Found this at Blogcritics.org – posted by Neil Ralley on Amazon: How to Enjoy Your Retirement, Second Edition : Activities from A to Z 101 Secrets for a Great Retirement : Practical, Inspirational, & Fun Ideas for the Best Years of Your Life! What Do You Want to Do When You Grow Up?: Starting the […]

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Jul 31 2004

Netscape 7.2 coming soon?

I can’t find much about this on the Netscape site, except a link on the Netscape Store site to order a Netscape CD and Guidebook. eWeek says “All indications from AOL, though, point to a maintenance release with Version 7.2. More than anything, Netscape 7.2 will bring the browser in line with security and feature […]

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Jul 30 2004

Microsoft Security Bulletin MS04-025

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Microsoft Security Bulletin MS04-025Cumulative Security Update for Internet Explorer (867801) Issued: July 30, 2004Version: 1.0 SummaryWho should read this document: Customers who use Microsoft® Internet Explorer Impact of Vulnerability:  Remote Code Execution Maximum Severity Rating: Critical Recommendation: Customers should apply the update immediately. Security Update Replacement: This update replaces the one that is provided in […]

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Jul 27 2004

Office 2003 Service Pack 1 is available – including some fixes for FrontPage

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The long-awaited Office 2003 Service Pack 1 is now available on the Microsoft web site. There’s a KB article with a detailed description of what’s included, and a FrontPage-specific KB article as well – Issues that are fixed in FrontPage 2003 by Office 2003 Service Pack 1. They fixed the problem of not being able […]

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Jul 24 2004

The Billboard Clear Channel Didn’t Want You to See

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Curveball over at Kuro5hin.org writes about the billboard that will be up on the CondeNast Building in Times Square during the Republican Convention. I wanted so many people to see this that I bought the bumper sticker.

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Jul 24 2004

‘Not Found’ Is Not An Option: Error Handling and User Experience

Found this over at sitepoint: ‘Not Found’ Is Not An Option: Error Handling and User Experience. There is no greater disappointment than failing to find what you’re looking for. From time to time, surfing the Web will lead us to dead ends that typically sport the titles “Error 404″, “Not Found”, or “The document could […]

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Jul 24 2004

HTML and XHTML Frequently Answered Questions

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The W3C HTML Working Group has released HTML and XHTML Frequently Answered Questions, written for Web content authors and designers. Two of the FAQs are: Why should I care if my document is in correct HTML? It displays all right on my browser and Why do you say “user agent” everywhere, instead of “browser”?

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Jul 24 2004

Here’s a new site I’ll be reading for the next week

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Convention Bloggers: A community site for bloggers participating in the DNC, July 26-29. Acts a bit wierd in IE, though – I wonder what software they’re using for the site? Edit: The site works much better in Firefox 0.9.

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