Articles posted on May 29th, 2003

… And no click-through when you need it!

Thursday, May 29th, 2003 • 11:18 pm

There has been much debate about the implementation of click-through in Mac OS X and Mac OS X applications lately. The general consensus among Mac pundits is that Mac OS X’s implementation of click-through is flawed because it is often active by default, and often causes the user to trigger actions that he/she didn’t want […]

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Empty Room

Thursday, May 29th, 2003 • 8:45 pm

It’s hard to describe the greatness of a seemingly “simple” song such as “Empty Room” by Prince. First of all, the song is not readily available. The first studio version, recorded for the failed I’ll Do Anything movie project, is only available on bootleg releases. The second studio version (and accompanying video) was only played […]

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Thursday, May 29th, 2003 • 8:27 pm

I don’t usually read James Adams’ weekly column “Weekend Diary” in Saturday’s Globe and Mail. As the column title indicates, there is very little of substance in it. But today I came across this: However, because Heidi [Fleiss] has a criminal record — she spent 1997-2000 in a California prison for money laundering and tax […]

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Champions League: AC Milan 0 – Juventus 0

Thursday, May 29th, 2003 • 5:57 am

Good grief. There should be a law against this type of playing. How many dives can 20 men perform in an hour and a half? Too many to count… and of course at that stage there have been so many fake fouls that the real ones don’t get noticed by the referees anymore. Which makes […]

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