Articles posted on March 4th, 2003

Thierry Henry and Dion Dublin: Where it comes from, they just don’t know

Tuesday, March 4th, 2003 • 10:54 pm

Both Thierry Henry (Arsenal) and Dion Dublin (Aston Villa) are in the news for the wrong reasons, i.e. for bad-tempered reactions on the pitch. Dion Dublin was rightfully red-carded, while Thierry Henry was fortunate to escape with only a yellow card. Both have since apologized, although I could only find a mention of Thierry Henry’s […]

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Password security awareness, or lack thereof

Tuesday, March 4th, 2003 • 10:40 pm

Troubling news from the front of online security: A report on about people getting access to sensitive information through Google searches: “Net Hacker Tool du Jour: Google“ As one of the people interviewed says: When your medical records are indexed in Google, something’s wrong. Well, the good news about this is that it really […]

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ATI’s lousy video card support

Tuesday, March 4th, 2003 • 8:58 pm

I have been using ATI video cards in my Macintosh computers for ages. I have purchased several computers with built-in ATI video cards. I have purchased several retail models as well over the years (ATI XClaim VR, ATI Radeon PCI, ATI Radeon 8500). In other words, they’ve made good money with me — and no […]

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Problems of International Law

Tuesday, March 4th, 2003 • 12:35 am

Washington Post: “Problems of International Law“ The test of a country’s commitment to international law — and the measure of its credibility when it accuses other countries of flouting international law — is whether that country obeys laws even when it has good reasons to prefer not to. Speaks for itself.

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