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Monthly Archive August, 2004

karmic score

August 31, 2004

received: * dome tent (used a couple of times already, after some repairs) * beat-up adult bicycle (a work in progress but soon to be in service) * nine kid’s bicycles (donated to others) * string trimmer (no charger, so I freecycled it myself) * Apple Stylewriter II (oops, I was hoping this was a […]

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look in the mirror

USATODAY.com – The GOP doesn’t reflect America: I’ve often found that if I go down the list of “liberal” issues with people who say they’re Republican, they are quite liberal and not in sync with the Republicans who run the country. Most don’t want America to be the world’s police officer and prefer peace to […]

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suitable for display?

So how long before someone finds a way to hang this on the wall or from an overhead? Apple – iMac G5 – Design: Welcome sleek simplicity into your home. Innovative engineering makes iMac G5 a beauty to behold and a beauty to use. Form truly follows function with all of the computer, including power […]

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what fools these mortals be, iPod variation

August 30, 2004

The New York Times > Technology > Circuits > Tunes, a Hard Drive and (Just Maybe) a Brain: “Everyone was rocking out,” Mr. Angus said. “Then Elton comes on and kills it – it was like strike No. 1 against my manhood.” I have been playing with Shuffle mode on my ‘Pod since I read […]

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