is but one of many who are commenting on the new EULA that comes with a security patch issued by Microsoft the other day. Thomas C Greene writes in this piece: “What they feed you may be infected with viruses; it may break your applications, corrupt data files, destroy weeks or months or even years of work, but you’ll have no recourse if it does.”
Archives for July 2002
from cartoonist Tom Tomorrow, who’s certainly qualified to serve in that role. In a long, thoughtful blog entry he reports on the barrage of nasty email he receives daily, hourly, from the hard-core right. He says, “…[it] makes you wonder, for the first time in your life, even including the years of Reagan and Bush the elder, if this country is actually, literally, genuinely headed for something more frightening than you’d ever thought possible.”
Ed Bilodeau is contemplating the freedom he’d have if he didn’t keep his website again. This surely means that he’ll leave us only his archives at a new location for a couple of months until he starts republishing his (always excellent) weblog again. Heh.