Airlines are quietly …

Airlines are quietly starting to offer dramatically reduced fares in order to win back scared customers. For instance, National Airlines is offering a round-trip ticket from NYC to SFO for a mere $100. A round-trip ticket from NYC to Las Vegas is only $75.

A surprisingly argumentive editorial from an African newspaper that points out some of the issues that the U.S. needs to pay more attention to given its role as the world’s most powerful country. Worth reading, if you want a non-American point-of-view.

Sacramento Bee: “The National Mental Health Association accused the Church of Scientology of attempting to recruit members under the guise of providing mental health counseling after last week’s terrorist attacks.

Microsoft wants to control every aspect of your computing environment. Better believe it.

Walter Mossberg: “It’s somewhat suspicious that software from some of Microsoft’s fiercest rivals just happened to be partially disabled in some way by Windows XP.

The giant cables that provide Internet connectivity between Europe-Japan and US-China have been damaged, bringing Internet access in Asia to a stand-still. While this is an unfortunate incident, the optimist in me is hoping it will slow down the amount of spam we’ve all been getting from unprotected/misconfigured mail servers in China and Europe.

Posted by Cameron Barrett at September 20, 2001 03:39 PM

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