Category: The World

  • Long weekends

    Long weekends are the best. Can kick back and do nothing until the holiday! Course, when I get back to work I still have to battle installing Front Page Extensions on the new web server. Hmmmmmm… maybe the trick is to clear out the data I have so meticulously massaged to be correct on the […]

  • The State

    Here is a quote taken from this web site: http://www.vivarto.com/o2/eng/index2.html. Think that both Pericles and Socrates are right in a fashion (more after the quote). Perhaps the most difficult problem of mankind down through the ages has been how to coordinate our common affairs in an efficient, competent, creative and democratic way. Many people, including the […]

  • Clinton

    Ran across an interesting interview with Bill Clinton in December 2000, Wired magazine. Here is a quote from him discussing technology’s influence on society. He talked about how access to technology makes some groups more powerful such as terrorists and hate groups. The end of the previous paragraph made the point that for all the bad, […]

  • Puppet Candidates

    This election has me nervous about the state of the union. Either candidate is a puppet, one more than the other, but all in all puppets. They have grave responsibility with little power to exercise their conscience. What truly irks me is someone who campaigns beyond their capability. How can Gore or Bush provide legislation? […]

  • Survey and Photography

    All the hard work on the Politics & the Web Survey hopefully is over. It is a REALLY long survey at 192 responses or so. The survey changes on Election Day. Don’t fill it out more than once (or at least use different email addresses, computers, or far apart times to disquise that you did). Mom […]

  • Me in the News

    My first online newspaper credit is from the Spectator at VSU. About my role in online Homecoming Queen voting. Of course, I did more, but they don’t need to know that do they?