Articles posted on March 3rd, 2003

Radio glitch: entries stuck in blogging limbo

Monday, March 3rd, 2003 • 11:47 pm

When I went to CHECK my own web log with NetNewsWire this morning (I am still not comfortable enough with Radio to be confident that it always does everything properly as expected, and it seems that I’m justified in this), I found that my RSS feed had not been updated since Saturday, even though I […]

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Word X: Bullets and rotated text in tables

Monday, March 3rd, 2003 • 11:25 pm

I am translating a document in Word X. The English original is already in Word format, so I am expected to make the changes in the original Word document, rather than create my own Word document (which is usually highly preferable, since the original Word documents I get that were created by other people are […]

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US vs. Iraq: Europe and the US on different wave lengths

Monday, March 3rd, 2003 • 4:27 pm

I was watching the French news last night and couldn’t help but notice that they are still devoting much of their reporting time to the issue of disarmament: Iraq giving access to its anthrax stocks, Iraq destroying its Al Samoud 2 missiles, etc. Correct me if I’m wrong, but the US has made it quite […]

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Arsenal 2 – Charlton 0

Monday, March 3rd, 2003 • 6:07 am

Not very exciting… but you can’t blame our boys: They didn’t get much of a challenge from Charlton. No one had to force his talent. Meanwhile… Liverpool win the League Cup, which guarantees them a place in UEFA next year. Good for them. If Man U could finish a second straight season without any silverware, […]

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