Biloxi/Gulfport after Katrina: These two Gulf Coast cities took the brunt of Hurricane Katrina. A 25-foot storm surge from the gulf wiped out the populous beach communities for several blocks inland. Unlike the pictures of New Orleans' hurricane damage, these pictures show empty lots where houses and businesses used to stand.
I saw a sign on St Charles pointing to http://www.nola.us/. Looks like it might be an interesting New Orleans community site. I've been looking for something like that.
Niall Kennedy: "When I use an open-source product I expect to be able to tweak, modify, hack, and break a few things. Slapping protections and restrictions on an extension of a Mozilla Public Licensed product seems a bit evil to me."
News.com: "Google Music will allow a user to type in the name of a band, artist, album or song in the main Google search bar special, and results will appear at the top, accompanied by icons of music notes."
It seems the music industry must have had a heads-up this was coming because a few days ago they said they were going to go after lyrics sites. Google's music search leverages the lyrics sites.
6/15/05: "I've been hearing rumors that Google is readying an iTunes-clone, based on RSS 2.0, and fully podcast-capable. Multiple sources on this one."
BBC: "The free online resource Wikipedia is about as accurate on science as the Encyclopedia Britannica, a study shows."
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