DaveNet: Later it will be too late.
AP: "An error rate of 2 percent to 5 percent, believe it or not, is considered acceptable by most election officials, if the error is evenly distributed across all of the candidates.''
Doc: "I believe The Will of the American People is for neither one of these fools to become President."
Salon: Gore's 'War Room'.
Thanks to Flutterby for the link to the Palm Beach Voter Competency Test. I passed.
Curmudgeon: "Guess who's the big outlier. Palm Beach."
James Baker: "Machines are neither Republicans nor Democrats and therefore can never be consciously or even unconsciously biased."
Upside: "Those results adhere to sentiment gauged by Dave Winer, the iconoclastic Silicon Valley software CEO, in three separate polls on his elite weblog, Scripting News, a favorite of tech executives and engineers." Blush.
Iconoclast: "One who destroys religious images or opposes their veneration."
Hey it makes sense that search engines send hackers to Wes's site.
Interesting juxtaposition on the Boston.Com home page.
A different spin in Atlanta.
It makes sense that they like Dubya in Houston.
Sometimes you can ask for a recount and get turned down.
Susan Kitchens brightens our day with pictures from Bryce.
Scott Loftesness: "I just bought $50 worth of AdWords from Google. Now if you search for bluetooth, they're serving an ad pointing to the Bluetooth weblog. It'll be interesting to see how much traffic they drive."
BlogFootball is a UK-based Manila hosting service.
Ooops, this is where I went when I clicked on the Products link on the Broadvision home page.
Dan Gillmor: "I expect Bush to be the next president, because I think when the absentee ballots in Florida are counted we'll discover that he won a flawed -- but not fraudulent -- election."
Red Herring: "Several publicly traded dot-coms that are shutting down are actually putting their domain names up for sale in a last-ditch effort to squeeze some money out of the market. But what are those names actually worth?"
Ideas.com "was founded on the belief that ideas are the most important assets in the New Economy."
Survival Instinct: "I love the Olive Garden's food. I hate the other people who dine at the Olive Garden. 'nuff said."
A big virtual group hug for Zeldman.
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