Around the web October 17, 2004 A Model License (Tech Law) The Importance Of Strike One (Part One) — The Hardball Times LiveSearch – Bitflux Blog Wiki – pretty neat! (thanks Donncha) 1.3 Cleanup – Amen, my brother. Santana in the Bronx — The Hardball Times – check out the Twins’ “Win Expectancy” throughout Game 1, very cool. Another Word for Nerd: More Essential Software – yay me! Thanks Bill. Boom Swagger Boom: Camino Status Upate and Another Call For Help Open Letter to President Running a budget deficit in response to a short bout of recession is one thing. But running large structural deficits over a long period is something else entirely. Capitol Hill Blue: When the defecation strikes the rotary oscillator Steve Jobs vs. Subscriptions – I don’t think I’d use a subscription model. Voter Registrations Possibly Trashed – quite a shame if it’s true, also quite a shame if it isn’t. Curly Tales of War Pigs: bush’s (deteriorating) brain? – I have no opinion on the allegation but the video of the 1994 debate absolutely shocked me. Novoflex Introduces Panorama-VR System Salon.com | Why conservatives must not vote for Bush – This is something I’ve been a little confused over myself. I respect the ‘smaller government’ ideals that many republicans believe in. Cargo Cult Programming – I’ve beeen guilty of this. We’re open for business again (after PayPal failures) – I’ve been happy w/ SWREG for my payment procesing. Blix says Iraq war stimulated terrorism A Republican Declares His Independence boren.nu » Blog Archive » Theme Switcher Plugin Jeff Hawkins on Good Design Bizarre Windows Behavior Guardian Unlimited | US elections 2004 | Poll reveals world anger at Bush – no big surprises here. Salon.com Politics President Going to war in Iraq was a mistake by Rep. Doug Bereuter – thoughtful article Rolling back workarounds If you’re expecting an XML document, you can’t handle a cow. And you can’t handle an MP3 file, either. You need something at least fairly close to an XML document. Daring Fireball: Brushed Metal and the HIG – I don’t use Safari and I use Path Finder instead of the Finder and I turn off the metal for Path Finder windows. The only time I see metal is in an iApp.