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  1. Wired Releases AT&T/NSA Whistleblower Information

    jake on 2006.05.22
    at 05:28 pm

    Earlier today Wired released the information from former AT&T technician, Mark Klein. This all revolves around the NSA wiretapping debacle and includes a followup to explain.

    Former AT&T technician Mark Klein is the key witness in the Electronic Frontier Foundation’s class-action lawsuit against the telecommunications company, which alleges that AT&T cooperated in an illegal National Security Agency domestic surveillance program.

    Why isn’t there more of a fallout for crap like this?

    Posted in: Politics · Recent Events

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  2. Get a Mac.

    brian on 2006.05.02
    at 04:14 pm

    Images of the actors in the ads for the Get a Mac campaign

    See the new ads.

    Posted in: Apple

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  3. Utah Democrat uses wiki for promotion

    brian on 2006.05.02
    at 04:09 pm

    There’s an interview in Wired News with the Democrat who is looking to unseat the senior Senator from Utah, Orrin Hatch (aka, “The Man’s Right-Hand Man”) who is also noted for thinking the global climate crisis is “science-fiction.”

    Additionally, Pete Ashdown actually has a wiki where you can help shape his policy. His best policy is based around his support of transparency in government. Hallelujah.

    Posted in: Politics · Technology · Web

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  4. IE7 + MSN = Surprised?

    brian on 2006.05.02
    at 04:00 pm

    Some people are getting upset that Microsoft chose to make MSN the default search engine in their new Internet Explorer 7.

    Why is anyone surprised or upset about this?

    Are they also surprised/upset that Microsoft Windows comes with Internet Explorer as its default web browser?

    If MS prevented people from selecting another search as default, or prevented their OEMs from doing so, then there would be reason to get upset.

    Luckily, I found I’m not the only one who feels this way. Besides, if you’re stuck on Windows, you should use Firefox anyway, and there you can get all the Google you want.

    Posted in: Technology

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