- Blah blah new iPod rumours
- Via Brad, Vaguely Right and D-squared digest, the latter of which pokes fun at USS Clueless
- Now, now. The Matrix phone just looks silly
- For all those who suddenly think that Google is evil for sending out letters trying to protect its trademark: oh, grow up. Tom has the correct take.
- Ha: you can use remote display to control an MS Smartphone (via Gizmodo)
- Yesterday's virtual march on Washington resulted in a DDOS on phone lines. Which is nice. But that's okay, they weren't terrorists. Yet.
- Online Journalism Review on warblogs by way of LinkMachineGo and Haddock
- Yoz clarifies his threedegrees non-review (which careful readers should've spotted) but has an absolutely hilarious fake-conversation between an MS PHB and the dev team. Really. Read it now, please.
- Completely missing the point, but here's some pretty pictures, via Matt
- Quite possible the most hilarious thing you'll see all day. Not quite kittens, but nearly.
- The Guardian has a good section today on alternatives to war; one, two, three, four
- ... while The Times reports that the cost of the (possible) war may reach as high as $95 billion excluding reconstruction and occupation. Dave Winer, in a classic case of being, well Dave Winer, posits that the Americans might pay for it with oil. Well, is it about oil or not, then?
- Oooh: Prince of Persia for Series 60
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As I said to Dave Winer, any 'we'll pay for our war with oil' policy would probably keep Osama in ideological business for a century, as well as confirming all the 'American imperialist' arguments currently afloat. Hmm. Perhaps not this time, yes?
Posted by: nick sweeney on February 27, 2003 10:38 PM