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Sunday
Nothing really happens beside the "Phone Card" issue. However, I really don't want to talk about it cause ......... I want to be happy!! Thanksgiving is coming . Great !! The weather is changing, it gets cold .. and colder............
21:55:05 November 23, 2003, Sunday (PST) Source: Duy Anh Journal
Trusted Computing?
Check out this fascinating article trusted computing. It's a fleshed out version of things I've been hearing from sources such as The Screen Savers. I know that message boards aren't always the most credible sources, but everything stated seems accurate...
21:53:13 November 23, 2003, Sunday (PST) Source: Mystic Matt's Tech Blog
Christian Figural Reading...
John David Dawson's Christian Figural Reading and the Fashioning of Identity (Univ. California Press, 2001) looks to be an important book. Robert Louis Wilken reviews it in First Things.
21:30:44 November 23, 2003, Sunday (PST) Source: Verbum Breviatum News
Interview with "Godzilla"
Enjoyed listening to Hideki Matsui's interview with MLB.com radio. Not a great interview by any means (partly because of some miscommunication), but my first time to hear him talk about playing in the U.S. The link to the interview is on the right side of this article on his progress with the Yankees.
21:30:44 November 23, 2003, Sunday (PST) Source: Verbum Breviatum News
Today's Sunset over the Charles River (Apr 28)
Charles River, Cambridge, Massachusetts I took this with my Sony DSC-P51 (actually at around 7:45pm--I need to correct the internal clock). I couldn't get the lighting to turn out like I wanted, but you get the picture.
21:30:44 November 23, 2003, Sunday (PST) Source: Verbum Breviatum News
Russian injustice?
The <A href="http://www.boston.com/dailyglobe2/159/nation/A_Harvard_student_seeks_Russian_justice+.shtml">Boston Globe reports</A> on Andrew Okhotin's case (see "One of my former students..." below).
21:30:44 November 23, 2003, Sunday (PST) Source: Verbum Breviatum News
In Praise of Virgins
A friend of mine at the Divinity School, J. Todd Billings, writes on Virgins and Virginity.
21:30:44 November 23, 2003, Sunday (PST) Source: Verbum Breviatum News
At least 9 kinds of smarts
Harvard's Howard Gardner speaks on multiple intelligences in Tokyo [dead link, sorry], comparing U.S. and Asian views of intelligence. I would love to see transcripts of his talks there... Here are some video links and transcripts to parts of other talks. He has proposed at least nine different intelligences: verbal or linguisticlogical-mathematicalbodily-kinestheticvisual-spatialmusicalinterpersonalintrapersonalnaturalisticexistentialist I haven't read any of his work, yet. I am interested, though, in breakthroughs in epistemological studies--and as a result(?), in pedagogy--of the last two to three decades. I understand that quite sophisticated arguments have been advanced regarding the nature of knowing / knowledge that comes from, e.g., alms-giving or prayer, among other activities / actions that lead to real knowing / knowledge, but that have typically been denigrated since the Enlightenment. I still have such little background in these areas--I would appreciate it if someone ...
21:30:44 November 23, 2003, Sunday (PST) Source: Verbum Breviatum News
E-Journals at Harvard
I've been hoping for a <A href="http://sfx.hul.harvard.edu:82/sfx_local-e-collection/e-journals-A.html">comprehensive list of Harvard's e-journals</A> like this one for quite a while. Whoever put this together, thanks!
21:30:44 November 23, 2003, Sunday (PST) Source: Verbum Breviatum News
Wise Beginnings, Surprising Endings
Prof. Gary Anderson's Genesis of Perfection is reviewed here by Walter Brueggemann. This work is both scholarly and highly accessible--too rare a feat in most fields, I'm afraid. Why is that?
21:30:44 November 23, 2003, Sunday (PST) Source: Verbum Breviatum News
A Mind That Grasped Both Heaven and Hell
I just finished reading The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe with my 8 year old last night. I had heard before but had completely forgotten that C.S. Lewis died the same day as JFK--40 years ago today. Thanks to Joseph Loconte for the reminder (and to Arts & Letters Daily for posting the link). He was a remarkable and refreshingly genuine man. Here's an excerpt from Loconte's piece: Lewis was an atheist for much of his adult life, an experience that may have helped immunize him from the religious cliché, the reluctance to ask hard questions, the self-righteousness of the zealot. "Mr. Lewis possesses the rare gift," according to an early reviewer, "of being able to make righteousness readable." Lewis was not a theologian, but he expressed even the most difficult religious concepts with bracing clarity. He was not a preacher, yet his essays and novels pierce the heart with their nobility and tenderness. The lessons found within his writings continue to resonate today. In fact, it's ...
21:30:44 November 23, 2003, Sunday (PST) Source: Verbum Breviatum News
Dads and Daughters
Check out "Dads and Daughters" (DADs): Dads and Daughters is the national advocacy nonprofit for fathers and daughters. DADs inspires fathers to actively and deeply engage in the lives of their daughters and galvanizes fathers and others to transform the pervasive cultural messages that devalue girls and women.
21:30:44 November 23, 2003, Sunday (PST) Source: Verbum Breviatum News
Chuang-tzu
"Stay centered by accepting whatever you are doing. This is the ultimate." [Motivational Quotes of the Day]...
21:12:17 November 23, 2003, Sunday (PST) Source: same as it ever was
Chuang-tzu
"Stay centered by accepting whatever you are doing. This is the ultimate." [Motivational Quotes of the Day]...
21:12:17 November 23, 2003, Sunday (PST) Source: same as it ever was
Michael, Michael, Michael... Is Michael Jackson a child molester? My mind says yes, my ...
(Michael, Michael, Michael... Is Michael Jackson a child molester? My mind says yes, my heart hopes not. Is he an idiot for putting himself in this position, YES! This is a man who went through ...)
Michael, Michael, Michael... Is Michael Jackson a child molester? My mind says yes, my heart hopes not. Is he an idiot for putting himself in this position, YES! This is a man who went through this issue 10 years ago, and should have known better. He may have done nothing more then slept in a bed with one or more children. There may have never been any sexual contact. But at the very least he was stupid to think that no one would ever take advantage of the situation. At the very least he created a situation where it is easy for any child who slept with him, to claim that something happened. What does it say of the parents who put their kids in that situation? Then again, he may be a child molester. If convicted, I promise to delete and destroy every piece of music of his I posses. It is not for me to convict him, that is the courts responsibility. It is the State's duty to prove beyond a reasonable doubt that he did it. Time will provide us with answers, not that we may all like, ...
21:10:37 November 23, 2003, Sunday (PST) Source: Michael Jardeen: ...rant, rattle and roll
Thread By Thread
Worry....
21:08:34 November 23, 2003, Sunday (PST) Source: It's Always the Quiet Ones...
FBI keeps eye on anti-war protesters The FBI has collected information about tactics ...
(FBI keeps eye on anti-war protesters The FBI has collected information about tactics and training used by anti-war protesters in an effort to blunt potential violence by extremist elements, a ...)
FBI keeps eye on anti-war protesters The FBI has collected information about tactics and training used by anti-war protesters in an effort to blunt potential violence by extremist elements, a federal law enforcement official said Sunday. The FBI warned of tactics used by such groups in a weekly bulletin circulated to 15,000 law enforcement agencies around the country last month before large demonstrations in Washington and San Francisco to protest the Iraq war...more [CNN] I am of two minds on this matter. After seeing what was done in Seattle first-hand, I can understand the concerns of FBI when it relates the the anarchist. On the other hand this is a slipper slop that was part of the problems that led to the abuses of the Nixon Whitehouse, and the paranoid treatment of dissent. The right to disagree is a crucial part of our American liberties. The right to acts of Civil Disobedience is also crucial to the moral character of this country. When law enforcement chills those ...
21:02:08 November 23, 2003, Sunday (PST) Source: Michael Jardeen: ...rant, rattle and roll
Analysis: MS Spam Filter In E2K3
21:00:00 November 23, 2003, Sunday (PST) Source: W2Knews
Analysis: MS Spam Filter In E2K3
Analysis: MS Spam Filter In E2K3
21:00:00 November 23, 2003, Sunday (PST) Source: W2Knews
the big difficult
It's been a rough week. For any number of reasons, we have averaged around 5 hours of sleep and 2 pounds gained these last 6 days.
21:00:00 November 23, 2003, Sunday (PST) Source: calebs creek >> photoblog
8-3
Whodathunkit? University of Memphis Tigers 8-3. Dallas Cowboys 8 - 3. The last time the Tigers were 8-3 was in 1973! For the Love of God.…has it really been 30 years???? Bowl game here we come! Cowboys are a mortal...
20:56:46 November 23, 2003, Sunday (PST) Source: Sivad's SoapBox
800 Words
800 words. It doesn't seem like much really. An article at Calpundit got me thinking today though, The New York Times columnist guidelines dictate an 800 word opinion column. Now I've written in the 800 word format before, mostly for OSOpinion, but it really seemed strange to me that other people haven't perhaps tackled the format, especially people that the New York Times would hire as columnists. 800 words is usually just about the right amount of space to get a few ideas across. Personally I like it. I usually do go over when delving into the strange netherworld of Apple Zealotry, but not by much.
20:51:15 November 23, 2003, Sunday (PST) Source: Entropy
Halle Berry's Nose Job
Somehow, I don't think she would have been modeling for Revlon with her wider circa 1986 nose. Her new nose is less wide and has a more defined at the tip. 19861997...
20:48:03 November 23, 2003, Sunday (PST) Source: Awful Plastic Surgery
Buying the Comic Hype
The "Return of Opus" & "Mallard Fillmore" Man, this has been hyped for weeks. Critics have been breathlessly counting down the days to November 23 when Berkeley Breathed was to bring Opus back to life. This new incarnation is to...
20:44:34 November 23, 2003, Sunday (PST) Source: Sivad's SoapBox
Bears Bears Bears!
The Bears win--over the Broncos, no less. And no small thanks to Paul Edinger! He was the field goal MASTER....
20:41:39 November 23, 2003, Sunday (PST) Source: So Says Beetle...
so here's a question
given the relative proximity to the little's birth-day, I've become pretty focused on getting both me and mama-to-be into good places physically, but more importantly mentally - and then keeping us there. any ideas on just how to go about...
20:37:14 November 23, 2003, Sunday (PST) Source: 9 months and counting. . .
Weblogs and Corporate Collaboration
Enterprises are defining their current requirements for Weblog application platforms - but they need to look over the horizon when it comes to finding stuff.
20:36:38 November 23, 2003, Sunday (PST) Source: Into the MyST | MySmartChannels
waiting
waaaay back when that number up there was much higher, I couldn't even begin to imagine what being here would be like. The little one could be born literally any day now and as that number gets smaller, it's made...
20:34:51 November 23, 2003, Sunday (PST) Source: 9 months and counting. . .
C++ Tag Team In Whidbey, Visual C++ will be improving the support of the language for ...
(C++ Tag Team In Whidbey, Visual C++ will be improving the support of the language for .NET programming. Brandon Bray and Herb Sutter are in the thick of this work, which will include an ECMA ...)
C++ Tag Team In Whidbey, Visual C++ will be improving the support of the language for .NET programming. Brandon Bray and Herb Sutter are in the thick of this work, which will include an ECMA standard for the binding between the C++ programming language and the CLI. They are also sharing some of the decisions that went into these language improvements in their recent weblog posts. If you are a C++ person who also cares about .NET these posts are almost required reading. In a recent post, Brandon talks about how templates and generics are different (Visual C++ Whidbey will support both). Herb's most recent post goes into detail about how the C++/CLI impacts language keywords and provides some insight into the decisions that were made in this area. Good stuff.
20:28:07 November 23, 2003, Sunday (PST) Source: ronpih's Weblog
Why oh Why?
someone tell me why they keep showing K-Mart commericals when they closed all the stores here in Texas. i mean dont show them, when there isnt one here or anywhere in the state: Current Videogames Playing:Need for Speed: UndergroundConfilct: Desert Storm: Back to Baghdad
20:23:55 November 23, 2003, Sunday (PST) Source: Its Johnny Herrera Live