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March 2010

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March 10, 2010

again, sorry for the noise

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RSS test

March 10, 2010

sorry for the noise

Post to Twitter Post to Plurk Post to Bebo Post to Yahoo Buzz Post to Delicious Post to Digg Post to Diigo Post to Facebook Post to FriendFeed Post to Google Buzz Send Gmail Post to LinkedIn Mixx This Post Post to MySpace Post to Ping.fm Post to Reddit Post to Slashdot Post to StumbleUpon Post to Technorati

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RSS feed

March 10, 2010

There comes a time every year or two when I screw up my feed settings terribly. In fairness to myself I must add that sometimes it’s Feedburner’s fault. Sometimes their instructions are opaque, and in one instance while they were being digested by the Google borg they actually hosed up my feed themselves. Really. So [...]

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Race to the bottom at the New York Times

March 9, 2010

The weekly race to the bottom in the OpEd section of the New York Times ended in a dead heat today. Ross Douthat shares the prize with that perennial favorite, the odious Stanley Fish. Among the reasons I find Mr. Fish detestable are observations like this: I’ve now learned two things about New York Times [...]

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L. Ron Jobs and the Millennials

March 8, 2010

Come mothers and fathers throughout the land And don’t criticize what you can’t understand Your sons and your daughters are beyond your command Your old road is rapidly agin’. Please get out of the new one if you can’t lend your hand For the times they are a-changin’ - Bob Dylan, 1964 Steve Jobs, Disney [...]

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Invitation to visit a new blog of mine

March 4, 2010

“It is important to bear in mind that political campaigns are designed by the same people who sell toothpaste and cars.” — Noam Chomsky Thus begins a new blog with the preposterous and passé name Class War. The author? Yours truly, of course. Who else would hurl a dead skunk into the marketing meeting then [...]

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