Articles posted on March 13th, 2003

Safari/browsing issues

Thursday, March 13th, 2003 • 10:25 pm

Got a weird bug today in Safari while trying to visit the site Got a warning about a Java applet wanting to run on my machine. I clicked on “Deny”. Then all of a sudden most buttons and menu items in Safari ceased to function. Here’s what the application menu looked like, for example: […]

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Wrong Way to Do The Right Thing

Thursday, March 13th, 2003 • 8:26 pm

Another good read from the Washington Post on the current Iraq quagmire: “Wrong Way to Do The Right Thing“, by E. J. Dionne Jr. The paradox is that creating the more democratic world we seek requires more than power. It demands alliances, institutions and trust. Doing the right thing the wrong way for the wrong […]

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Champions League and GROUP stages: Something’s got to give

Thursday, March 13th, 2003 • 8:20 pm

The current situation in the Champions League is unacceptable, and it was the same at that stage last year, and the year before that, etc. There are teams that are already qualified and therefore don’t care one bit what their results in the last two GROUP games are. They can make all kinds of claims […]

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Worst of the Web

Thursday, March 13th, 2003 • 5:19 pm

Josh Marshall responds to more atrociousness coming from the Wall Street Journal‘s “Best of the Web” column: Talking Points Memo Taranto and Co. are following a fairly thin logic which states that since the UN didn’t do what we wanted it to, it’s defunct and irrelevant… [P]art of our frustrated anger over the current impasse […]

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Champions League: Arsenal 1 – Roma 1

Thursday, March 13th, 2003 • 2:28 am

Robert Woodward writes an opinion piece about Arsenal’s performance in Europe: “Arsenal still struggling in Europe” It pretty much confirms my feelings about the whole thing, which is that Champions League performance is not based on creativity and inventive play, but on defense. Yes, “over-elaboration” can be frustrating at times, but it’s a heck of […]

More » on Safari and Camino

Thursday, March 13th, 2003 • 2:17 am

Interesting read at on browsers in general and Safari and Camino in particular: “Browser Innovation, Gecko and the Mozilla Project” by Mitchell Baker Gives a good picture of the current situation, with Camino HAVING the upper-hand in “rendering real web pages” (according to him) and Safari being the leanest. I fail to see why […]

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