The “Drehs: Web links” story is located at http://sports.espn.go.com/ncf/bowls05/news/story?id=2261066 I think this article shows the benefits of online communities and how they can raise more awareness than more conventional means like the newspaper and TV.
So who would you vote for? Leave a comment on who you would vote for in 2008. I can guarantee that I would vote for Guiliani in 2008. Not only is he a respectful person but he doesn’t play the political game like other candidates. He has the respect of both sides, even Democrats. Hillary, […]
Tulsa is bowl bound!
Washingtonpost.com New Orleans’s New Connection By Jonathan Krim Hurricane-ravaged New Orleans will deploy the nation’s first municipally owned wireless Internet system that will be free for all users, part of an effort to jump-start recovery by making living and doing business in the city as attractive as possible. See the rest of the article here,Â […]
Top open source lawyer blesses new terms on Microsoft’s XML file format http://blogs.zdnet.com/BTL/?p=3D2192″ rel=3D”bookmark” title=3D”Permalink”> Top open source lawyer blesses new terms on Microsoft’s XML file formatt;a David Berlind — Last week, just before the Thanksgiving holiday got underway in the US, Larry Rosen, the attorney that wrote the book on open source licensing If […]
Business Week Online Story Sony BMG’s Costly Silence The label was alerted to the secret, virus-vulnerable software on its CDs long before the scandal broke. Trouble is, it didn’t act immediately to alert consumers who were victimized. Update:Â Links broken due to updates
MSNBC.com Article: N.C. judge refuses to shield voting = machines N.C. judge refuses to shield voting = machines Diebold may stop selling its = electronic voting machines in North Carolina after a judge declined to = protect it from prosecution should it fail to disclose software code as = required by state law. http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/10252248
CNET News.com (http://www.news.com/) New FCC report advocates a la carte TV pricing By Marguerite Reardon A la carte TV could be on way for cable, satellite subscribers, as FCC changes mind about economic feasibility of new business model. New FCC report advocates a la carte cable services Read all technology news from this week: http://www.news.com/thisweeksheadlines/ […]
Tulsa, please vote yes on this! It will save our lives. Enhanced 911 service depends on Dec. 13 vote By Greg Elwell The Oklahoman “I need the police here at my house right now,” the cell phone caller pleaded as she talked to Midwest City’s 911 dispatch center. Dispatcher Becky Brus said she asked the […]
CNET News.com (http://www.news.com/) TiVo tunes into online services By Dawn Kawamoto Customers can now order movie tickets, listen to podcasts, and share digital photos via their television sets. TiVo tunes into online services Read all technology news from this week: http://www.news.com/thisweeksheadlines/ ——————————– Copyright 2005 CNET Networks, Inc. All rights reserved.