Political Wire: "Kerry takes big lead in New Hampshire."
PoliticsNH: "Gephardt voters weren’t the only ones drawn to Edwards today."
Christian Science Monitor: New sites fact check politicians, journalists.
Command Post: "Did John Edwards use junk science to make over $152 million in groundless lawsuits?"
Scott Rosenberg: "No one is saying 'outlaw regimes are no threat.' What a lot of us are saying is, the Bush regime is doing a poor job of handling the real threats."
Steve Gillmor: RSS for President.
Phil Ringnalda's ode to a crapflooder.
Reading comments on my session at RSS Winterfest, I wasn't clear on one thing -- ultimately we'll need help from the browser to make the act of subscribing simple. That doesn't mean the future of RSS is in the browser.
DefenseTech: "NASA researchers are using flight-safety records -- including reports of sick passengers, bad weather and sleepy pilots -- to build an anti-terror database."
Dartmouth Online: "The 2004 Democratic presidential hopefuls will spar in a televised debate at Dartmouth Jan 25."
The most pathetic moment last night was not in Bush's speech, although it was close, the prize goes to Nancy Pelosi, who misquoted JFK's Ask not what your country can do for you... (Postscript: Mea culpa. JFK had two Ask Not quotes in his inaugural speech, one was the quote that Pelosi cited. Thanks to all who sent corrections.)
It seems the Google API is down. The search command here isn't working. Traced it back to an internal error on Google's server. I sent a bug report. Apparently others are having the same problem.
Three years ago: "Software is about communication and sharing and working together. At least if you use computers, you'd better hope so."
Listening to reporter commentary today it seems Dean must have no chance of winning New Hampshire. Then multiple-primary day, Feb 3: Arizona, Delaware, Missouri, New Mexico, North Dakota, Oklahoma, South Carolina. Okay, suppose for the sake of argument that Dean loses most of the these contests. Here's the problem. Dean has tens of millions of dollars. What then? A new party?
Joshua Whelan on Vermont.
Cole C Campbell: "Just about everything you heard and read about the Iowa caucuses in November and December was wrong. Particularly those endless pieces about the importance of strong grass-roots organizations. The press would have done better if all the reporters had taken a long vacation."
News.Com: "Bush calls for the renewal of the USA Patriot Act."
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