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[Bryan Irrera's Ever-Changing LiveJournal] the real ULTIMATE X-MEN: They were basically: X-men (the main book would take place at the mansion and feature basically the characters we expect to find), Uncanny X-men (a new "new" team, that would basically be the X-men's answer to the West Coast Avengers (primarily focusing on Storm, Kitty, and most of the New Mutants, with a couple of others thrown in for good measure), X-Factor (a book with an international team of mutants, basically the X version of the JLA, working for the government) and the X-iles (different from the group now called the Exiles, though I really love that book, it would feature a group of heroes led by Professor Xavier, exploring the Universe on one of Lilandra's space ships (the "cosmic" team), and finally X-Caliber (basically the team in England that we knew and loved, but positioned more globally).
[ Columbus Best Blog is a blog about what is best in Columbus and Central Ohio! Best restaurants, best stores, best real estate] Columbus Washboard: These brands, which are all trademarked, are Dubl Handi, Maid-Rite Silver, Maid-Rite Brass, Sunnyland, and Crystal Cascade. Fortunately most of the original dies and designs have been maintained by the Company."
[Adam Ash] Google does evil: You may not think it matters, but money people like to see things through the prism of a 'business model'.) Other recent stories have concerned Google's offering the whole of San Francisco free wireless access to the internet, setting up a free Google Space at Heathrow airport to allow people to use its products, launching Google Talk as a potentially disruptive way of making free phone calls over the internet, pressing on with its ambitions for Google Book Search (formerly Google Library) to 'make the full text of all the world's books searchable by anyone', and launching Google Base to take over the world's classified advertising market. In the meantime, the company has launched a Toolbar, including a Desktop Search tool which searches for information on users' own PCs -- something Microsoft, the world's biggest software company, has been trying and failing to do for a number of years.
[Old Right News] News Drop for page OLD RIGHT News on NewsIsFree: While Democrats were citing example after example of actual vote suppression efforts, partisan electioneering on the part of state officials, etc., etc., Republicans who got up to speak mainly read from newspaper clippings or otherwise strutted and blustered about. It seems fairly clear that the Republicans weren't actually expecting a contest, and were unprepared for it.
[Georgehernandez.com] George Hernandez: The figures were posted on the blog site of Hitwise analyst Bill Tancer on Monday .'s Naver Web site, whose links accounted for nearly 58.4 percent of .
[Weblog.sinteur.com] the Daily Irrelevant: Zeros and ones have no taste, smell or color - be they parts of pirated material or not. Therefore it is impossible to construct a computer that cannot reproduce and manipulate these zeros and ones - as such a machine would no longer be a computer, but something as grotesque as a digital simulation of the machines of the last century.
[Blog.starrenburgs.com] The Starrenburg Weblog: With an RSS feed, which by the way I believe is pull, not push, technology despite what some press websites say, you can download summaries from hundreds of content publishers (websites, blogs) using a standard protocol. Then with client software you should, hopefully, be able to absorb, filter, manage and massage this information in a more effective way - this is where a news aggregator client comes in.
[Blogs.law.harvard.edu] j's scratchpad: Lunch with Jimmy Wales: I ask that you cite this blog and link back so people can find the original source and I can get credit for my words. Please contact me for information about licensing and reusing this content, if you're planning anything more involved than that.
[Journal.amanita.net] Amanita.net » Blog Archive » My Geek Biography: - are maintained on my own website, and although I didn’t write most of them I know enough PHP to break them! Seriously, I am still learning PHP, but I have a very good command of HTML and CSS, and basic knowledge of XML.