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August 31, 2004

Being There
What does 9/11 tell us about Bush? Nothing.

Medal Miscount
The economists' Olympic predictions were mostly wrong.

August 30, 2004

Hot Girls, Frisky Delegates
Republican family values

Freedom of Expression National Monument
In Foley Square, Aug. 17 - Nov. 13

August 27, 2004

August 26, 2004

Tunes, a Hard Drive and (Just Maybe) a Brain
How random is the iTunes/iPod shuffle?

The Empire of "Feh"
Misadventures of a Restauranteur in King's County

August 25, 2004

Master of Etiquette
A profanity-laden voice mail. More details at NY Lawyer

Keeping a closer eye on athletes
Timing technology at the Olympics

August 24, 2004

August 23, 2004

Bear guzzles 36 beers, passes out at campground
Smarter than the average bear?

Olympic last place finishers

August 22, 2004

August 18, 2004

August 17, 2004

How not to buy happiness
Money may buy happiness, but not through conspicuous consumption

August 16, 2004

Activist, Schmactivist
Remember, judicial activism means "decisions with which one disagrees"

Why 2004 Won't Be Like 1984
For Apple, at least

Chicken Little
Kennedy Fried Chicken

From Bush

August 14, 2004

August 13, 2004

"Kiss Me, Guido"
The E! True Hollywood Story of Judge Guido Calabresi

iPod vs. The Cassette
A comparative study

August 12, 2004

Big backpacks could be big trouble
Don't carry that casebook

A Last Look at Web Destinations
"Follow the links"

August 11, 2004

How famous do you want to be?
How does fame translate into income or financial viability?

Must-download TV
Will RSS and BitTorrent be more popular than digital tv?

Olympic Blogging Ban?
No ban, so long as it doesn't "move into the territory of journalism"

Aquify your cell phone
Yes, I am using this theme

August 10, 2004

Interesting interview with Luna Lounge's Rob Sacher
(we are playing Luna again next month)

Governors Island
in photos

The Rock Tour Comes to Camp, Seeking Converts
"It's strange playing a random club in Philly for a bunch of drunks and then the next day playing for a bunch of 8-year-olds"

August 9, 2004

Real Life vs. The Internet
As explained by "Red vs. Blue" (quicktime)

August 6, 2004

Shoot the Cliché
Friday Flash Fun [via]

Summer tours help bands pay bills
Flecktones on finances

August 5, 2004

California's SUV Ban
Full-sized SUVs are too heavy to travel on most California roads

Subway station condition report
Conducted by New York City Transit Riders Council

Tech '54, Where Are You?
Living it up with 1954 tech

August 4, 2004

We the Media
Dan Gillmor on grassroots journalism
Like Google News, but with RSS

The Fifty-Nine Story Crisis
The Citicorp center, wind and ethics

August 3, 2004

August 2, 2004

20 Questions for Judge Easterbrook
aka the official brother of TMQ

Battle of the Network Anchors
Ted Koppel and Jon Stewart face off on the convention floor

August 1, 2004

Coulda, Woulda, Shoulda
Unrealized New York