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Sunday, September 29, 2002

11:07 PM

Fuck Microsoft
11:05 PM

This is it
9:32 PM

Afghanistan worthless as a natural gas pipeline
8:00 PM

Groundbreaking UN speech by Iranian President Mohammad Khatami
7:25 AM

First, hear the Bush cutup, then, roll your own
5:01 AM

Saturday, September 28, 2002

Stepford Citizen Syndrome
7:36 AM

Just don't ask...
7:04 AM

7:03 AM

Red Dwarf: the movie
(click on "Movie Deck")
6:51 AM

6:39 AM

IRC Junkie
5:54 AM

SILC: Secure Internet Live Conferencing is like IRC+SSL and then some
5:13 AM

Thursday, September 26, 2002

5:41 AM

"A new analysis has found that in the majority of trials conducted by drug companies in recent decades, sugar pills have done as well as -- or better than -- antidepressants"
2:33 AM

Smudge Report
12:10 AM

Top Ten Conservative Idiots
12:02 AM

Wednesday, September 25, 2002

South Carolina's and Oklahoma's tattoo ban on trial
11:54 PM

Tuesday, September 24, 2002

Four Modern Irrationalists
1:03 AM

Monday, September 23, 2002

A troll and his point...
8:04 AM

"Even more serious concerns have been raised by the discovery of secret biodefense projects that push against the limits of international prohibitions. It was recently revealed that an Army laboratory in Utah has been secretly making weaponized anthrax for some years. Another secret project involved the construction of bomblets designed for dispersion of biological agents, although the Biological Weapons Convention explicitly prohibits developing, producing or possessing "means of delivery designed to use such agents or toxins for hostile purposes." Such projects have raised suspicions abroad that the U.S. continues to develop biological weapons"
6:18 AM

A Right to Argue the Justness of Laws
3:04 AM

Sunday, September 22, 2002


5:27 AM

UN Security Council resolutions get violated all the time
3:27 AM

Saturday, September 21, 2002

America vs the International Community
6:12 PM

"True courage is often nothing other than the expression of a metaphysical conviction, so to speak, of our own superfluousness." --Arthur Schnitzler
5:58 PM

Master's Thesis on Genetic Programming Unreal Tournament Bots
7:48 AM

Question: "What were the circumstances that led the U.N. weapons inspectors to leave Iraq in December 1998? The Bush administration and the media often repeat that Saddam "kicked out" the weapons inspectors, and that's why we face the necessity of war today."
Answer: "Nothing could be further from the truth. The Iraqis did not kick the inspectors out in December 1998. The Americans ordered the inspectors out, and then bombed Iraq using intelligence information gathered by the inspectors to target Saddam Hussein and his security apparatus."
From an interview with the chief weapons inspector from 91-98
6:39 AM

US 'backed Saddam's use of chemical war on Iran'
6:31 AM

"Right-wing governments may sap some people's will to live and result in more suicides, conclude studies in Britain and Australia. The researchers speculate that losers are more likely to kill themselves in the individualistic, "winner-takes-all" societies favoured by right wing governments, because they are left to fend for themselves. Wide disparities in wealth also sharpen any sense of hopelessness, the researchers argue..."
5:28 AM

What's your pleasure?
4:20 AM

Wednesday, September 18, 2002

"De Certeau sees ordinary people as developing 'tactics' (an 'art of the weak') that he contrasts with the 'strategies' of the dominant élite, tactics for carrying out 'raids' on the dominant culture... Tactics are the response of the powerless. De Certeau sees ordinary people as 'poachers', pinching the meanings they need from the cultural commodities which are offered to them."
12:49 AM

Tuesday, September 17, 2002

The Truth For Youth
10:05 PM

Saturday, September 14, 2002

3:12 AM

Steve Stone
2:44 AM

John Santerineross
1:25 AM

Cathrine McIntyre
12:49 AM

Dan Henderson
12:31 AM

Friday, September 13, 2002

Vincent Marcone
11:22 PM

Manfred Sillner
10:43 PM

Real Estate - Mati Klarwein
6:21 PM

Ernst Fuchs
5:56 PM

Karel Demel
3:48 PM

The Crowbar and The Egg
Laurence Caruana

3:27 PM

Oldrich Kulhánek
3:14 PM

Daniel Broening
3:02 PM

Boleslas Biegas
2:53 PM

4:57 AM

Lorena Guzman
4:41 AM

T. Gebhardt
4:38 AM

Elizabeth McGrath
4:26 AM

Socar Myles
4:15 AM

3:59 AM

Cem Gul
3:53 AM

David Aronson
3:17 AM

Sixteen Tognues
2:14 AM

Daniel Oullette
2:12 AM

Bad Kitty - R.S. Connet
2:11 AM

Andre Freitas
1:04 AM

Rick Shelton
12:54 AM

Scott Radke
12:35 AM

Gustave Doré
12:30 AM

Lucien Levy-Dhurmer
12:27 AM

Christophe Vacher
12:18 AM

Thursday, September 12, 2002

11:23 PM

Joel Peter Witkin
10:11 PM

Piss Christ - Andres Serrano
"Mr. [Alfonse] D'AMATO [of New York]. . . . Mr. President, several weeks ago, I began to receive a number of letters, phone calls, and postcards from constituents throughout the Senate concerning art work by Andres Serrano. They express a feeling of shock, of outrage, and anger... They said, "How dare you spend our taxpayers' money on this trash." They all objected to taxpayers' money being used for a piece of so-called art work which, to be quite candid, I am somewhat reluctant to utter its title. This so-called piece of art is a deplorable, despicable display of vulgarity. The art work in question is a photograph of the crucifix submerged in the artist's urine."
9:29 PM

Hans Bellmer

8:53 PM

Wednesday, September 11, 2002

Privoxy: an improved Junkbuster
8:06 PM

How to spy on your neighbor, American-style
4:04 PM

Tuesday, September 10, 2002

"Nearly 170 million people probably have been murdered by governments in the 20th Century, 1900-1987; over four-times those killed in combat in all international and domestic wars during the same years. What are the statistics of this global bloodbath and what governments have done this? What about the United States?" --20th Century Democide

1:28 AM

The truth about witch burnings
12:32 AM

Hate in the News
12:28 AM

Monday, September 09, 2002

"I do not understand this sqeamishness about the use of gas. I am strongly in favour of using poison gas against uncivilised tribes." --Winston Churchill
7:32 PM

Sunday, September 08, 2002

Say what?
9:42 PM

Saturday, September 07, 2002

"A candidate in Sweden's general election has called for pornography to be broadcast on television every Saturday to encourage people to have more sex..." "I want erotica and porn on television every Saturday and all day," she said
2:25 PM

"Conservatives are fond of telling us what a wonderful, happy, prosperous nation this is. The only thing that matches their love of country is the remarkable indifference they show toward the people who live in it. To their ears the anguished cries of the dispossessed sound like the peevish whines of malcontents. They denounce as "bleeding hearts" those of us who criticize existing conditions, who show some concern for our fellow citizens. But the dirty truth is that there exists a startling amount of hardship, abuse, affliction, illness, violence, and pathology in this country..."
2:12 PM

Learn music theory online, interactively, free, without registration
1:00 AM

Thursday, September 05, 2002

Tracking Zines
SceneSpot: 1998-2002
Trax Weekly: 1995-1998
8:35 PM

Catchall "national security" excuse wearing thin
6:40 PM

"This administration is the most secretive of our lifetime, even more secretive than the Nixon administration..."
"We are moving from a right to know to a need to know society"
6:10 PM

Wednesday, September 04, 2002

Self-Immolation of Thich Quang Duc
1:06 AM

"Police are asking businesses to voluntarily participate in a program to take customers' fingerprints if they pay by check."
12:51 AM

Tuesday, September 03, 2002

"America thinks it must control the world," said Saddam Hussein, "America thinks if it controls the oil of the Middle East then it will control the world"
"By destroying Iraq, America thinks it could control the oil of the Middle East and force the prices it wants on clients like France, China, Japan and other countries of the world," One reason for the continuation of U.N. sanctions imposed on Iraq since its 1990 invasion of Kuwait, he added, was to "prevent former Soviet Union countries from cooperating economically with Iraq."
(Thanks to Mike)
11:49 AM

Monday, September 02, 2002

"We live in an age of non-response..." --Jacques Ellul
9:35 PM

Submit and critique poetry at the Poetry Free For All
8:14 PM

Vivienne Sato
6:57 PM

Tatsumi Orimoto
6:48 PM


Mike Diana
Comic Book Legal Defense Fund
5:25 PM

"We can already speak today of a lost generation. The consequences of this will affect society for the next 20 to 30 years. Reports from different organs of the UN, human rights organisations, aid agencies, members of parliament and researchers all say the same thing: the sanctions programme is devastating..."
4:40 PM

"'The only authentic artworks produced today are those that in their inner organization measure themselves by the fullest experience of horror.' But as T.S. Eliot wrote, 'human kind cannot bear very much reality.' Most listeners want only to be distracted and entertained, and so they flee from music that offers a full experience of horror... popular music is anti-music, a product shoved down the throats of passive consumers by a culture industry devoted to profit. It is not just a substitute for good music but a drug, a poison..."
4:37 PM

Sunday, September 01, 2002

A Hot Summer of Generative Psychogeography
...the result
2:56 PM

Project Censored
2:32 PM

Think Tanks which influence the Bush Cabinet
2:22 PM

Archive of earlier blog entries...
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