Oct 282004

More rain, more raw sewage. This time 2.26 million gallons. Way to go San Diego, we are #1!

Hah: Recently, we at GeorgeWBush.org happened to notice that our mail server had a default “catch-all” mailbox, which for the past several months had been quietly gathering any and all e-mails addressed to [INSERT-ANYTHING-HERE]@georgewbush.org. We felt the need to share.

From CBC: Integrity of Florida E-Voting in Doubt

More FLA: Up to 58,000 absentee ballots may never have reached the Broward County voters who requested them more than two weeks ago, election officials said, and state police are investigating.

More on the human hobits from Wired: Lost Tribe of Little People

A look at the possiblity of Genetic Bombs

Indymedia Web Server TakedownThe case, which involves an Internet company based in Texas, photos of undercover Swiss police officers and a request from an Italian prosecutor investigating anarchists, raises questions about the circumstances under which Internet companies can be compelled to turn over data.

Interesting site: Survival Guide to Homelessness

  One Response to “San Diego is #1”

  1. I have recently been reading about the so called “Hobits” whitch is a pretty good book. i haf to ask u where are they from. i thought they were from liang bua and they were called homo floresiensis. i would like to have another persons imput. thank you.
    Stephen Cothran

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