From the monthly archives:

March 2005

Compassion

March 31, 2005

The Dutch are exploring ethical approaches to euthanasia.  I will take the doctors’ word that the person who was Ms. Schiavo was gone never to return and no person remained in the body they cared for in hospice all those years.  But when the decision was made to end the artificial life support, there must have been a more humane way to ease that organism’s passage.

Cursed Republican christian militia.  I’m getting my tinfoil hat out and I’m gonna hunker in the bunker.   

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How might the computing and communications world be materially different in 10 to 15 years, and how might we define a research agenda that would get us to that world?

In 10 years, any physical object should be able to tag itself in a way that links it to relevant information and functions in cyberspace. A context of scanners and online viewers will allow users to see this information in a convenient and interactive manner.

That’s just one of the more accessible conclusions found in the report of the End-to-End Research Group, part of the Internet Research Task Force.

Cross posted at Sandhill Trek.

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Another Pear Proont

March 30, 2005
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BlogNashville

March 29, 2005

It’s a Heart of Darkness thing. Who will be Kurtz to my Marlow? Robert Cox quotes Ed Cone regarding the center left politics of the three WinerCons: Why don’t political conservatives come to BloggerCon? Robert Cox noted their absence at Stanford, and at his blog. As the person who invited Glenn Reynolds to be a [...]

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