Archive for November 3, 2004

[IP] more on Statistical Question

I haven’t seen any follow up to this.

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E-Voting News and Analysis, from the Experts

This and this show that this is not as important today as it was on Monday. Still, work needs to be done.

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Sensor System Enables Real-Time Imaging of Audiotape Tampering

Very interesting news about an obsolete technology.

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Novus Ordo Mundi

Of course, according to this map I don’t need to worry about where I buy my wines.

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FT.com Op-Eds on OSS

Richard Epstein’s piece Why open source is unsustainable is now followed by a counterpoint by James Boyle: Give me liberty and give me death?

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South o’ the border

With every passing day several US deficits increase: trade, budget, and goodwill. This election may become the turning point in the US empire, the point where they begin their long slow painful slide into global irrelevance, eclipsed by the rising star of Asia.

I can only hope.

One question remains. Do I still buy Californian wines?

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Yanks continue wiping their bum with the rest of the world.

The United States has a significant inventory of retired ships, including at least 125 obsolete military vessels in its ‘ghost fleet.’

‘The U.S. government fought this decision all the way,’ said Townsley. The U.S. has not ratified the Basel Convention that went in effect in 1992 and is not obligated to follow its rules.

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