Monthly Archives: January 2006

Now They Want Google’s Records

Ok, so Bush is already the privacy bogey man, and now the administration is trying to force Google to give up a lot of info from it’s database about how and for what users search. “Well,” you might say if you were trying to be open-minded and even-handed, “Maybe they need the information to fight terrorism. After all, we are at war.” Except that this isn’t part the war on terror. It’s to keep kids from seeing porn.

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The Better Book

So I made a new site. It’s the Bible in a wiki, so anybody can make changes to it. It’s called The Better Book.

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The Bush Presidency as a Text Adventure

If you are not a fan of President Bush and have played text adventures, you’ll probably like this.

> SAY “MISSION ACCOMPLISHED”
“Mission accomplished.”

> EXAMINE MISSION
The mission is not accomplished.

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GODZILLA!

 GODZILLA!

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A Dude’s Own Island

The dude built his own island.

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Of Course, China Hates the Internet

Here’s an article about how China gets American companies to help it censor the web.

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Pravda Psychoanalyzes Condoleezza Rice

Via Wonkette and from Pravda, we learn that apparently “Condoleezza Rice’s anti-Russian stance [is] based on sexual problems … [and] because she is a single woman who has no children.”

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The Google Prejudice Map

A map showing what Google thinks countries are known for.
(link fixed.)

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Logo Design

I was just reading a not-bad article about improving your logo. (Their wisdom is wise, but obvious.) Then I visited Kottke and learned that Kodak has updated their logo.

 Logo Design

Did I say updated? I should’ve said replaced. I don’t understand why they got rid of the distinctive red box. It was so… distinctive. What I mean to say is: It made them distinct.

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Galloway in His PJs

 Galloway in His PJs

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