Welcome to Tara Sue's new weblog. It's a Manila site, so we can work on the templates while she's posting. It also has membership, you can join the site, and get bulletins, and participate in the discussion group. Of course since it's a website, it's still a work in progress, but it's a lot more functional than the original site.
Howard Coble: Digital piracy bill is sound "Many intellectual property companies are already using some of these defensive measures now and believe it is legal under current law."
A list of law-related weblogs.
Today's song: "Only in America can a kid without a cent get a break and maybe grow up to be President."
Some have asked who's paying for Tara's site. I wrote a page that explains.
George Girton sends a map of North Carolina's Sixth District. He says "Here is a small map of what Tara's district looked like last time around (106th Congress), we are now on the 107th, so it could be different. Hers is shown in green, the 12th NC district is shown in red."
Here's a site with maps and statistics for the 107th Congress districts in North Carolina.
Thomas Madsen-Mygdal: "The next Danish prime minister will have a weblog."
Evhead: "$2.50 G&T's. It's like you're making money."
News.Com reports that Intel "released desktop Pentium 4 chips running at 2.8GHz, 2.66GHz, 2.6GHz and 2.5GHz, and those chips will be incorporated into new PCs from Dell Computer, IBM and others. Gateway, for example, is using the 2.8GHz and 2.6GHz processors in its new Profile 4 line of computers with a built-in flat-panel monitor, which debuted Monday."
Danny O'Brien: "I have an always-on broadband connection, so I can check my mail from anywhere by logging in to my home computer from any net connection. And I do not need spare storage on someone else's server as I have enough spare disk space at home, thanks very much."
Scot Hacker is choosing a weblog package for students. I think Manila would do it for him. There already are a few Manila installations at his school, I think.
How a link from Instapundit turned into love and marriage.
Karsten Januszewski from Microsoft floats a trial balloon for using UDDI to locate RSS files.
People who think Washington is passing big laws that screw up the Internet should read Ernie the Attorney's legislative agenda for DC. It's funny but when you're finished rolling on the floor, give it some thought. The courts and a little civil disobedience can fix a lot of bad laws.
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