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Monthly Archive October, 2005

Rosa Parks would be pleased

October 31, 2005

I was stunned to read that the Empire State of the South was imposing a de facto poll tax. Glad to see some judges remember the civil rights struggle well enough not to want to go back to those days. Las Vegas SUN: Court Blocks Ga. Photo ID Requirement: ATLANTA (AP) – A federal appeals […]

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Want a faster Safari experience?

Surfin’ Safari : You can download nightly builds of WebKit as well as WebKit+SVG from the following URL. http://nightly.webkit.org/builds/ Check out these nightlies: I am running the latest WebKit (Safari) and it’s much faster. It’s a month newer than the code in the 10.4.3 update, for reference.

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NaNoWrimo eve

A sample page from “No Plot? No Problem!: A Low-Stress, High-Velocity Guide to Writing a Novel in 30 Days” (Chris Baty): the author is the chief instigator of NaNoWrimo.

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depends on how you define activism

According to the NYTimes OpEd page, it seems the judges most likely to pronounce an act of Congress to be unconstitutional are those generally defined as Conservative. From the birth of the nation until 1858 — 67 years — the Court struck down congressional legislation twice. The next 133 years saw occurrences about every 2 […]

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