Thursday, July 31, 2003

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Sunday, July 27, 2003

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Looking for a way to get more light from your Concours or any other bike using a H4 bulb? How about up to 50% more light and use the same stock 55/60 wattage? These bulbs put the light out up to 20 meters further down the road while giving better illumination to road signs as well. Manufactured by a world leader in lighting technology and having a service life comparable to standard h4 bulbs.

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NEW !!! Suzuki V-Strom Extra Tall Windshield Preview

Saturday, July 26, 2003

EE Times - Sandia's bright idea: hybrids that emit full-spectrum light PORTLAND, Ore. Researchers at Sandia National Laboratories have blended quantum dots with an LED to produce a solid-state white-emitting device that does not depend on phosphors or multiple light sources.

ABS - Bamboo Bicycle

Stellar Countdown Yields Skymap :: Astrobiology Magazine :: Search for Life in the Universe

Sunday, July 20, 2003

The Register The powerful Congressman at the center of the controversy over royalty rates for small webcasters took $18,000 from the Recording Industry Association of America.

As chair of the House Judiciary Committee, James Sensenbrenner was instrumental in forcing the deal that could result in an antitrust suit against the RIAA being filed by small webcasters.

The trouble is, Congressmen are forbidden from taking private donations to lobby abroad. Sensennbrenner recorded the visit to Taiwan and Thailand back in January, as a "fact finding mission".

According to the House Ethics Committee's advisory booklet on Gifts and Travel, "Members and staff may not accept expenses from a private source for travel the primary purpose of which is to conduct official business."

"If he's dictating policy, he should be a representative of the United States, not the RIAA," Boycott-RIAA founder Bill Evans told us.

Byrds Founder Sues Microsoft For Stealing "Eight Miles High" Roger McGuinn, founder of the Byrds, today announced he is filing a copyright infringement lawsuit against Microsoft, charging that the software company is illegally using the first four notes of the Byrds hit, "Eight Miles High" in the closing theme music for the Windows XP operating system.

A Discussion of the Pinpoint vs. Amazon Case

Thursday, July 17, 2003

Earth and Moon Photographed by Mars Express The craft will be between 155 and 186 miles (250-300 kilometers) above Mars. Officials expect "very high-resolution images, in brilliant color and impressive 3-D of most of the Martian surface," said Principal Investigator for the camera, Gerhard Neukum of the Freie Universität of Berlin.

Another Opteron motherboard is stealthily launched

Micro robots to manipulate molecules and cells

Sunday, July 13, 2003

BBC NEWS | Europe | Fishy end for feline sleuth Russia's only sniffer cat, which was taken on to track down sturgeon smugglers, has been run over and killed, Russian media report.

9/11 Insider Trading George Herbert Walker Bush – President from 1989 to January 1993, also served as CIA Director for 13 months from 1976-7. He is now a paid consultant to the Carlyle Group, the 11th largest defense contractor in the nation, which also shares joint investments with the bin Laden family.

9/11 Insider Trading They don't talk about it on TV anymore, but someone tried to make money with unusual stock trades right before the terrorist attacks of September 11. Who knew to bet that United Airlines would lose money?

Supressed Details of Criminal Insider Trading Lead Directly into the CIA

Saturday, July 12, 2003

Public Record Office | About the PRO | Preserving the Archives | Digital Preservation The National Archives have recently unveiled a new version of the BBC Domesday Project in the archives library at Kew. Together with LongLife Data Ltd, ATSF and the BBC, the National Archives have rescued data from the famous Domesday discs and made it available through a new Windows PC interface.

The BBC Domesday Project was a national project carried out between 1984 and 1986 to celebrate the 900th anniversary of the Domesday Book. Its aim was to create a modern version of William the Conqueror's famous survey of the wealth and resources of his kingdom. All over the country, school children and other researchers collected huge amounts of information about the communities in which they lived. This information, in the form of text and photographs, was recorded onto two 12" videodiscs that could be played using a BBC Master computer connected to a special LV-ROM player.

A user of the system was able to zoom in on a map of the British Isles and gain detailed information about any part of the country. The BBC Domesday Project was incredibly innovative for the time and was organised on a scale that has not been seen before or since.

In 1986 the end-result of this EC co-funded £2.5 million project - a full BBC Domesday system - was presented to the then Keeper of the Public Records. In 2003, this system is one of the few working examples of the BBC Domesday Project. After 16 years of use, most of the LV-ROM players produced have reached the end of their working lives. As a storage technology, LV-ROM has been superseded by CD-ROM and DVD, leaving the BBC Domesday discs perilously close to becoming unreadable.

HardcoreGamer writes

"The New York Times has a long article on Xbox hacking, why Microsoft hates it, and who does it (Google). 'Xbox hackers are exploiting Microsoft's business model, which is to sell Xbox hardware at a loss...' but Microsoft doesn't make the money back on software -- as it planned to -- if you decide to load up Xbox Linux. Where else can you get a PIII-733 with graphics and audio for $180? The reporter talked to the IDSA; Andrew Huang, author of 'Hacking the Xbox: An Introduction to Reverse Engineering'; a Manhattan exec who hacked his Xbox and said 'The reality is that if you could bypass Microsoft's operating system you would end up with a fairly powerful computer for less than $200;' and others. The article discusses the DMCA, modchips, the Xbox Linux Project and lots more. A good -- if long -- read. A shorter version of the story is at the International Herald Tribune. Best quote? 'Microsoft is a company passionate about innovation and creativity. We are also very committed to respect for others' intellectual property and we request the same respect applied to our innovations.'"






The Eric Eldred Act This site serves as the focal point for information about the campaign to restore balance to copyright laws by expanding the public domain. Founded as part of Eldred v. Ashcroft, the legal action to overturn the Copyright Term Extension Act (Phase I), it now houses all the documents from that case, as well as new and up-to-date information about advocacy efforts to reclaim the public domain through legislation.

The Morning News - Copyrights and Wrongs LXG is based on a comic book entitled The League Of Extraordinary Gentlemen, which hit the shelves a few years back and chronicled the adventures of a late-19th-century crime-fighting team composed of the most remarkable literary characters of the Victorian Age: Allan Quartermain, hero of King Solomon

Friday, July 11, 2003

Democrats Question Bush's Credibility (washingtonpost.com) Campaigning in New Hampshire, Democrat Howard Dean demanded the resignation of any Bush administration official or federal government employee who failed to tell the president that claims about Iraq buying uranium from Africa were false.

"We do not know who these senior officials are, but the president should have been given that information," Dean told a group of reporters outside a hospital in Derry, N.H. "The individuals who misled the president know who they were and they should resign immediately."

The former Vermont governor, who opposed the war, added: "The only other possibility, which is unthinkable, is that the president of the United States knew himself that this was a false fact and he put it in the State of the Union anyhow. I hope for the sake of this country that did not happen."

US election fraud scandal looms? November 2002, Baldwin County, Alabama - No one at the voting machine company can explain the mystery votes that changed after polling places had closed, flipping the election from the Democratic winner to a Republican in the Alabama governor’s race. “Something happened. I don’t have enough intelligence to say exactly what,” said Mark Kelley of ES&S. Baldwin County results showed that Democrat Don Siegelman earned enough votes to win the state of Alabama. All the observers went home. The next morning, however, 6,300 of Siegelman’s votes inexplicably had disappeared, and the election was handed to Republican Bob Riley. A recount was requested, but denied.

Texas Votewatch Election Talk

The Konformist - Katherine Harris Tells Florida Voters to "Drop Dead" Katherine Harris Tells Florida Voters to "Drop Dead"

Katherine Harris Sucks - ex - Florida Secretary of State

How George W. Bush Stole The Presidential Election of 2000

KATHERINE HARRIS SAYS PALAST 'TWISTED AND MANIACAL' - in July Harper's KATHERINE HARRIS SAYS PALAST 'TWISTED AND MANIACAL' - in July Harper's
Harper's Magazine
Tuesday, June 25, 2002
Have I upset Kate? Darn. The Florida Secretary of State has sent me a heartfelt billet-doux in time for my birthday. Twisted and maniacal? I won't deny it. Most important, she doesn't say I was wrong: her office sent out lists of 57,700 voters - most of them black, almost all of them innocent, to remove from the voter rolls. Harris' letter, despite its berserker tone, is in fact an astonishing confession. Read it all in this month's Harper's Magazine, along with my reply.

United States House of Representatives - Congresswoman Katherine Harris - 13th District of Florida- Home Page

US election fraud scandal looms? Evidence Of Opportunity

Republican connected control over the major election systems companies in the United States has been thoroughly researched.

Bob Urosevich, CEO of Diebold Election Systems is also the founder of ES&S, a competing voting machine company. Together these two companies are responsible for tallying around 80% of votes cast in the United States. Also significant, from what we can determine about the architecture of the software, is that its basic structure was specifically a creation of Mr Urosevich's company I-Mark. For more background on Diebold Systems connections to the Republican Party see:

Diebold - The Face Of Modern Ballot Tampering
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Thursday, July 03, 2003

ThisisLondon

ThisisLondon: "Ink more expensive than champagne
3 July 2003

Ink for home printers is now seven times more expensive than vintage champagne.

Ink in a typical replacement cartridge costs about £1.70 per millilitre, compared with 1985 Dom Perignon at 23p per millilitre.

The news comes as a Which? survey shows that many cartridges say they are empty long before they are. Some printers warn users that the ink is about to run out.

Ignoring the warnings can nearly double the printing output."

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