the transcript of Eldred v. Ashcroft. Maybe I should have been a lawyer after all. I find this side of things fascinating.
Archives for October 2002
fatures a great interview with Douglas Bowman about the Wired News redesign. It turns out that my complaints about the colours the other day probably look silly out of context, cause they change the colours of the site regularly.
John Perry Barlow even though his writing has very often driven me nuts. On Boing Boing today, though, new contributor Xeni posted a letter from the Barlowfriendz list that I think is worthy of note and consideration. Barlow starts out by responding, it seems, directly to my own complaint against his writing: “My old pal Mitch Kapor said years ago that what I needed was a ‘hyperbolectomy.’ Were such a procedure to exist, this would probably be a good time to get one, since I suddenly find myself incapable of discussing the present state of the American Experiment without veering off into Very Large Statements.” Barlow then continues with an article about the proposed war that is not only right on track but, amazingly, quite sober in the opinions it expresses. Amazingly not because Barlow’s a crank (he’s not), but that the current climate dictates that these things need to be said at all.
could take a look and confirm that my rss feed is doing what it should be doing I would appreciate it. I just looked at it through the browser and I’m not sure that the links are right.
fanatics, note that mikel.org is now available as an RSS feed, accessible by your favourite aggregator.