Articles posted on September 10th, 2003

The Falseness of Anti-Americanism by Fouad Ajami

Wednesday, September 10th, 2003 • 10:55 pm

I find it mind-boggling that such an article even gets published (in Foreign Policy). Instead of trying to address any of the valid issues raised by people both inside and outside the US, the author simply pits the US (the good) against the rest of the world (the bad, i.e. mostly France and Arab countries, […]

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Keychain access management and MacFixIt

Wednesday, September 10th, 2003 • 9:14 pm

It had to happen… I’ve just written an item about the fact that I did not renew my MacFixIt Pro subscription because I didn’t feel I was getting my money’s worth… and today, I find an item on the site (“Troubleshooting .Mac Backup 2.0 Beta”, dated September 9) that will remove a significant Mac OS […]

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Krugman on Bush

Wednesday, September 10th, 2003 • 4:41 pm

New York Times columnist Paul Krugman says, “I told you so“, and, of course, he’s right. He was right all along. Does Mr. Bush care to admit that he was wrong? Not one bit. I didn’t even bother to listen to his televised address on Sunday. It was bound to be more of the same. […]

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Coming soon: “Coupling” for the US market

Wednesday, September 10th, 2003 • 5:21 am

The New York Times has an article on the hit BBC2 TV series “Coupling” and the upcoming American version on NBC. It talks about the fact that the American version will have “more emotional” relationships because that’ what the American wants. God, just what we need. More sentimental stuff on American TV. And “more aggressively […]

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