Archive: December 2003

Happy New Year, Kids (December 31, 2003)

Au revoir, 2003

Tallying the True Cost of War (December 30, 2003)

The hidden casualties of Operation Iraqi Freedom

The US Airways Lost Baggage Experience™ (December 30, 2003)

It’s fun for the whole family. Or not.

War as Spectator Sport (December 30, 2003)

What’s different between the “Greatest Generation” and ours?

Steel Panthers: World at War 8.0 (December 29, 2003)

Our favorite old-school PC wargame just got better

True Tales of Holiday Travel Horror (December 29, 2003)

My least favorite airline strikes again

Maybe For Next Year (December 28, 2003)

This would have been the perfect gift for a friend you really didn’t want to keep

Lenny Bruce Pardoned, 40 Years Late (December 23, 2003)

A genius gets his due

They Get Everything First (December 23, 2003)

Playing games with your phone’s address book

Kerry Fading in Latest Poll (December 22, 2003)

Old soldiers never die, I guess

Movable Type 2.65 Released (December 22, 2003)

Time to upgrade

Call of Duty (December 22, 2003)

A WW2 shooter sets a new mark of excellence

We did it! (December 21, 2003)

Links, links, who’s got the links

FeedDemon 1.0 Released (December 19, 2003)

A powerful new player in the RSS aggregator market

Follow the Money (December 18, 2003)

Old financial improprieties come back to haunt John Ashcroft

America: Home of the Weird (December 18, 2003)

Look out

Warm Up The Blamethrowers, Boys (December 17, 2003)

Sep. 11 investigation chair says attack could have and should have been prevented

What Does It Mean To Be Electable? (December 17, 2003)

Puncturing a myth

Wiki.NET? (December 16, 2003)

Resistance is futile

Fun With Spam: The Stars Come Out Edition (December 15, 2003)

When celebrities spam

Fighting Back Against PATRIOT Expansion (December 15, 2003)

Help buy back our democracy

Keeping Our Eye On the Ball (December 15, 2003)

A close call for Musharraf in Pakistan

Finally (December 14, 2003)

Saddam is captured

Cringely on E-Voting, Part 2 (December 12, 2003)

Following up

Losing the War on Terror (December 11, 2003)

More bad ideas from the people who brought you Operation Iraqi Freedom