Desktop Linux forum|
don't feel superior to windows users, but I can understand
would begin to develop an attitude of superiority: 1) Windows users,
when defending their position, regularly make a large array of...
OSNews.com - Exploring the Future of Computing
mabhatter - Posted on 2004-12-30 02:30:07 the
to a "headless" mac is that Apple has been
making their components
in PC-land for some time now. all the current apple...
Ximeta NetDisk is a portable, dual-use drive that can connect to your
network via Ethernet or directly to your computer via USB 2.0. While
its speed in our tests was excellent, cross-platform usability...
Asian Earthquake Death Toll Exceeds 80,000 as Remote Areas Are Reached|
30 (Bloomberg) -- The death toll in Asia from the weekend's earthquake
and tsunamis rose as Indonesian rescuers focused efforts on a remote
town in Aceh province close to the epicenter and Thailand...
Civil Society - HIV Infections Build in Uzbekistan as Prostitution Rises
30-year-old prostitute refuses to give her name. She says she
discovered she was infected with HIV, the virus that causes AIDS,
roughly two years ago. She doesn't know when she contracted the
Disease threat looms large in Indonesia
a moment we will be speaking to Prime Minister John Howard about what
Australia is doing. First though, in the Indonesian province of Aceh,
authorities now estimate more than 40,000 people are dead,...
'To the Stars' and 'The Boy Who Would Live Forever'|
reading Balzac and Chekhov and Tolstoy, and manuscripts by young
fiction writers, and new work by such wonderful contemporaries as Joan
Didion and Richard Ford and Richard Bausch and Marilynne...
Pain Relief - without risk | csmonitor com
of individuals rely on drugs to alleviate pain. Many people, though,
are understandably concerned about the safety of the drugs they take -
especially since three major painkilling drugs have...
The Australian: India bungled alert opportunity [December 30, 2004]
the civilian side, totally disconnected from the military, the Indian
Meteorological Department sent a warning fax out at 8:54am, but it went
to former science minister Murli Manohar Joshi, not the...
Econoday Reports - Durable Goods Orders August 25, 2004|
goods orders posted a strong gain in July, but were skewed higher by
aircraft orders and offer little confirmation of improvement in the
manufacturing sector. New orders rose 1.7 percent in...
Lobbying Tab Is $1.1 Billion for Half a Year
— As President Bush campaigned for reelection pledging to protect
doctors and insurance companies from patient lawsuits while easing the
tax burden on businesses, industry groups spent...
Taste and see, then customize your wine
they will make the wine the way you like it. Grape connoisseurs and
wine neophytes are both welcome at the Red Hat Micro-Winery in St.
Clair Shores, where you can taste the wine before buying and...
It's About Aid, and an Image(leahy wants to link tsunami to Iraq)|
December 30, 2004 RAWFORD, Tex., Dec. 29 - As Asia suffers through a
9/11 of its own - a natural calamity instead of a man-made one, but at
least 25 times more deadly - President Bush's response...
Bush Humiliators (Clinton Gives Nothing/Out to get Alberto Gonzales)
on 12/29/2004 11:29:14 PM PST by nickcarraway CLASSIC CLINTON Former
President Bill Clinton was advised not to speak with the BBC about the
tsunami tragedy by several staffers, according to one...
Calgary Sun Columnist - Licia Corbella: Stingy the right word for aid picture
felt like the person who made that statement was very misguided and
ill-informed," Bush said from Crawford, Texas. "In the year 2004, our
government provided $2.4 billion in food and cash and humanitarian...
Savage rituals of sales have no place for males|
really likes sales shopping. We only do it because we have to; because
there's no way we can sleep at night knowing that the Jimmy Choos we've
been dreaming about since July are sitting there, slap-bang...
CSX approves track crossing; Shepherdsville will link roads
Corp. has given Shepherdsville the go-ahead to cross its railroad
tracks and complete Shepherd Parkway. City leaders and developers had
planned to have the diagonal road connecting Ky. 44 and Ky....
The Union Leader and New Hampshire Sunday News - 30-Dec-04 - Court ruling favors mall plan, but battle not over
- A state Supreme Court decision that came down on the side of
developers still hasn't cleared the way for a 300,000-square-foot mall
on Route 33. Although abutters who filed the appeal with...