Articles posted on April 5th, 2003

EPL: A Race to the Finish

Saturday, April 5th, 2003 • 10:50 pm

With Arsenal unfortunately drawing at Aston Villa and Man U squashing Liverpool with the help of two Ruud penalties, it looks like this year’s Premiership will be a tight race to the finish line. Arsenal and Man U are now level on points, with Arsenal topping their rivals on goal difference. EPL Full Standing Because […]

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Salon on the war and the political left’s silence

Saturday, April 5th, 2003 • 6:29 pm

“How to think about this war if you’re against it” by Joan Walsh, Salon I hope for a U.S. victory with minimum bloodshed and maximum freedom for the Iraqi people. But I also want the cakewalk conservatives to pay for their hubris politically. The most astounding part of it is probably this: In a dishonest […]

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New Apple Peel column: “Mac OS X and The Promise of Stable Computing”

Saturday, April 5th, 2003 • 12:27 am

My latest “Apple Peel” column is out at “Mac OS X and The Promise of Stable Computing” by Pierre Igot, With the classic Mac OS gradually falling off the radar, it’s time to take stock. Did Mac OS X really deliver on the promise of stable, reliable computing for everyone?

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Accessing older New York Times articles

Saturday, April 5th, 2003 • 12:16 am

As reported elsewhere, the New York Times will now be charging for access to archived articles older than 30 days. This is unfortunate. Makes it all the more valuable to practice that “Save as PDF…” reflex and keep local copies of all these articles on one’s humongous hard drive. Thank God for Mac OS X […]

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