Monday, June 25, 2007

Collection: Monday, June 25

Today is short and sweet:
  • Technology can make or break anything. Elections are a critical event in our country, so an accurate count means everything. In order to insure that, however, the source code must be open. In Florida, the court has ruled that the "secrets" of machines takes precedence over a fair election.
  • Justice works for once: pants case thrown out.
  • George Bush has turned this country in to the worst it could be. Everything about it is backwards. In an ideal world, the people know everything going on in the government, but in Bush's world, the government knows about the people and the people know nothing.
  • We look like fools: librarians are "terrorists".
I might be down at the Fifth Avenue Apple Store tomorrow. I hear people are lining up outside already.

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