Tuesday, October 24, 2006

Linkanator

Please post links to articles, blog posts etc that you find worth sharing. Thanks!

19 Comments:

Blogger Dedanna said...

I've posted this before here, but it's worth repeating for those who blog, or who code: Google's Codesearch.

artlibre.org, the copyleft_attitude is great for those into digital, or other forms of art, and don't want restrictions. It's kind of an "Open Source" attitude.

See also: Creative Commons.

As always, very good articles in the op/ed department at alternet.org. I try to check the site at least every couple of days.

More to come, but later. Am working.

12:58 PM, October 26, 2006  
Blogger Dedanna said...

Gotta love it. All I get is white blank page right now when I boot this. lol.

1:09 PM, October 26, 2006  
Blogger Dedanna said...

Like anyone needs to be giving the assholes any ideas, check this out.

2:35 PM, October 26, 2006  
Blogger Dedanna said...

Hhmmm... Ron, have you seen Diebold's response to RFK Jr.'s article in Rolling stone? They have responses to several articles, actually -- check them out at Diebold's site.
I've seen a lot of crapola written, but the excuses they have... and qualify their responses like the touch-screen system is the most accurate voting system when properly administered. That's the problem, isn't it? Duh. Y'can't administer the p.o.s. properly.

4:44 PM, October 26, 2006  
Blogger Dedanna said...

Sorry, two more then I'll shut up.

Ignorance Is Bliss, however,,,

and

If you read nothing more today, read this.

5:20 PM, October 26, 2006  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

the address is too long to list here, and still can't get the hypertext link to work, but the New York Times had an article today, October 27, 2006, about the IRS deliberately delaying collection efforts on Hurricane Katrina victims until after the MidTerm Election and the Holidays. IRS Commissioner, Mark Everson, said this was "routine" and to keep the IRS from being cast in a "bad light". Four Former IRS Commissioners, who served under Presidents of both parties said such actions were both "improper" and "indefensible".

And remember the SICT is to announce its judgement on Hussein on Nov. 5th, two days before the election and in time for the Sunday pundit shows. Much info on this at www.mediamatters.org for October 26th.

Larry in New Mexico

8:24 PM, October 27, 2006  
Blogger Ron said...

dedanna, a white screen on that blog was at least as enlightening as it was when the print reappeared...I am seriously worried about the idea they may steal another one. Why would they stop now?
Larry, I have seen this too. November suprize? Saddam sentenced to death. I'm not sure how many votes this will change but somebody ought to be out there preempting this. I'm not to sure how much good getting rid of Saddam did. He at least kept Iran in check. So we traded one problem for another..big accomplishment. We have also not reduced terrorism. Only enhanced it and given a rallying cry to their cause. It sure wont change my vote.

9:06 PM, October 27, 2006  
Blogger Dedanna said...

Larry, did you try that link I posted on how to hyperlink? Or the one Ron posted, either one? Just curious.

10:57 AM, October 28, 2006  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Dedanna, I tried the sites you and Ron mentioned about a month or so ago but without success. I noticed you now have a comment on the October 15 Coffee Table which I will try. Once I got a blue print, but no linkage. Probably not doing the ahref,=,<>,etc. correctly. Thanks.

Larry in New Mexico

4:10 PM, October 28, 2006  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Believe it or not, and with this admin and its supporters its hard not to believe, Corporate groups with connections to the Bush administration are pushing for an agenda to Repeal regulations put in place after Enron and other scandals. Among these, the Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002. See www.nytimes.com, a lead story. This is what is Really Important about this election.

Larry in New Mexico

6:03 PM, October 28, 2006  
Blogger Dedanna said...

Larry,

The best way to learn it is to right-click on an empty space of the background on a page that has hyperlinks, and go to View Source. Check out the code for them there.

Most don't put in the spaces in the right places or miss just one character of the code , or they miss where the quotes go or something. They're easy mistakes to make.

Remember there is a space between the "a" and "href" parts of the code -- and that you have to put in the full path of the url to include the http://, and put the full path in quotes. The < and > go around from the "a" of a href, to the quote at the end of the url. Then, type in the text you want it to read, type in a < again, /a, then > (no spaces in the code part of this, only in the url itself sometimes).

Hope this helps -- the best thing to do is take the primers at htmlgoodies, or to copy the code from another page until you see how it works.

9:36 AM, October 30, 2006  
Blogger Ron said...

It works often to just copy/paste the example on one of those instruction pages and fill in your own stuff until you get an idea of where you may go wrong.

12:02 PM, October 30, 2006  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

A report straight from Oaxaca about the terror there. OAXACA

Larry in New Mexico

2:30 PM, October 30, 2006  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Dedanna, Ron, looks like it worked this time. Dedanna I used the info at the page you mentioned in your reply at the October 15th coffee table. I will definitely recommend it. Thanks.

Larry in New Mexico

2:43 PM, October 30, 2006  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

See what you think of what this article says, and what do you make of its attitude? GlobalMiddle
Which Administration was Larry Summers in?

Larry in New Mexico

3:02 PM, October 30, 2006  
Blogger Dedanna said...

Good job, Larry! :)

3:28 PM, October 31, 2006  
Blogger Dedanna said...

Came across something kind of interesting today. Has me bumfuzzled though. Confused. Not the thing itself, but why is it introduced?

2:33 PM, November 02, 2006  
Blogger Ron said...

Maybe so someone could say the stood up for what they believed in. Strange in these days but refreshing.

9:50 PM, November 05, 2006  
Blogger Dedanna said...

Well, the thing I guess, that has me bumfuzzled about it, is that I don't understand why they bring that forth when it ain't gonna happen in the near future.

But then again, one has to wonder if the pressure of it got too great, so they're trying to take a "get out" attitude. I don't know, there's something about it that I can't put my finger on.

6:09 PM, November 07, 2006  

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