Americans: Don’t forget to vote today. Your vote does count. Voter apathy is one of the reasons we’re in the mess we’re in now.
Another reason not to vote for Bush today. His supporters are now spamming people. To be fair, it’s also reported that Democratic campaigners are allegedly distributing packs of cigarettes to homeless people after they leave the voting booths.
So, Microsoft is starting to enforce their software licensing. I wonder what would happen if they really cracked down?
Interesting. Last night, when I was searching for information about the Starrett-Lehigh building, I used Google, but misspelled the name of the building. Yet, Google still found an amazing amount of information. Today, I spelled it correctly, and found much, much more:
- The building was once owned by Leona Helmsley
- Dot-com companies are eating up the space, it’s entirely sold out
- NY Times: Dot-Coms in the Starrett-Lehigh Building
- The new owners aren’t particularly well-liked
Die, spammers, die! [via onepointzero.com]
Stating the Obvious: Hacking the City
Posted by Cameron Barrett at November 7, 2000 06:54 PM