Granitar’s potential new digs. We are currently looking for a new building and this is the current front-runner.
A vigorous progressive voice is being silenced with what appears to be the quiet
approval of the TV networks and most of the media. No stranger to Big Business, major
media seem bent on marginalizing the only man in the race who wants more teeth in
regulatory agencies, more enforcement of antitrust laws, total unqualified guarantees of all
constitutional rights for gays, illegal immigrants and other minorities, more respect for
privacy protections and due process, an end to the commercialization of children, fewer
nonviolent offenders in jail and trade policies that protect powerless people here and
around the world.
This is kind of depressing. Good thing I went for a run this morning.
Exercisers who had been in remission after 4 months were far less likely to see their depression return after 10 months, compared
with people taking the drug or a combination therapy, the study found. Eight percent of exercisers saw symptoms come back,
compared with 38 percent of those taking drugs and 31 percent getting both.
According to articles like this one, Ralph Nader is polling at about 3 per cent. But reading say, Metafilter, I get the impression that Nader has about 33 per cent of the Internet vote, or at least the blogger vote. So, I’m polling my meager readership to find out what they think. Vote here. View results.
We don’t know why [Unix is] good, but damn if
our hearts aren’t stirred by the weighty, solidly angular goodness of
I’m in Atlanta until Friday, probably no updates until then.
Sony claims that will give the workstation the power to render 4.16
billion polygons per second, leading to frame rates of 60fps at
1980×1080 pixels. The company reckons that’s enough to render
movie-level effects in real time.