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Monthly Archive June, 2006

does net neutrality stand a chance?

June 30, 2006

27B Stroke 6: Senator Ted Stevens (R-Alaska) explained why he voted against the amendment and gave an amazing primer on how the internet works. Just read it. You’ll learn something, though not what you might expect. Just to be clear, below the fold is a rundown of some of the positions people are taking on […]

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has cheap energy unravelled America’s social fabric?

From AlterNet, Air-conditioning: Our Cross to Bear, Part I and Part II: Has the ubiquity of A/C and the resulting diaspora of people from the densely-populated (and socially liberal) North to the South undermined traditional American values?

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Friday Random Ten+One: Backdated Edition

Cheat / The Clash / Black Market Clash Dissolve / Elvis Costello / When I Was Cruel Badge / Cream / 20th Century Masters – The Millennium Collection: The Best of Cream Change Your Mind / Camper Van Beethoven / Our Beloved Revolutionary Sweetheart Me In Honey / R.E.M. / Out Of Time The Name […]

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pinholga notes

June 29, 2006

Time to document the various modifications I had added to my Holga. This is the way it looks now with wirenut-based cable release affixed. If you do this, be careful not to glue the wirenut so close to the shutter release. As it is now, I have to use a cable release all the time, […]

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