Barack Obama's smart politics

I'm watching Hillary Clinton's concession speech right now, and I just realized something. Obama was accused of playing dirty politics a few years ago in Chicago, when he eliminated his competition. He checked their candidacy applications to make sure they obeyed all the rules when collecting the required signatures. None of them fully qualified, so … Continue reading Barack Obama's smart politics

Condensed knowledge for 2008-03-13

New Acer notebooks feature NVidia 9-series, Blu-ray options http://tinyurl.com/2vtmx3 # An Introduction to Time-Banking http://tinyurl.com/32sc37 # Zooffice! http://tinyurl.com/2k9zcq # The Real Opportunity of iPhone Games http://tinyurl.com/2pdas9 # Dev Team Unlocks iPhone 2.0 Already http://tinyurl.com/338m7c # 101 Farting Dalmatians? (Disgusting) http://tinyurl.com/2w5yb4 # Sharp's new air purifiers combine purification and humidification http://tinyurl.com/3dvpzt # Trend Micro Lightens Exchange's … Continue reading Condensed knowledge for 2008-03-13

Caveat emptor: Davison Inventegration will just take your money

I'd forgotten about my bad experience with these people until they sent me some spam a couple of weeks ago. To return the favor, I'm going to tell you what I know of them, and believe me, it's not pretty... These days, they've got a new domain (davisongetresults.com) which acts as a forward to their … Continue reading Caveat emptor: Davison Inventegration will just take your money

Major Canadian musicians say the recording industry doesn't represent them

Techdirt has a great post on this, as well as Dr. Michael Geist. Apparently Canadian musicians like the Barenaked Ladies, Avril Lavigne and Sarah McLachlan have stood up and said they do not agree with the record industry, and that they don't want to sue their fans, nor impose DRM schemes on them. This is … Continue reading Major Canadian musicians say the recording industry doesn't represent them