How do you …

How do you know you are charging too much for your OS? You can tell when one of your biggest customers does this.

Boston Review: Reclaiming the Commons: Why we need to protect our public resources from private encroachment

LA Times: Camps for Citizens: Ashcroft’s Hellish Vision. The Attorney General shows himself as a menace to liberty. [via Andy]

My copies of Manufacturing Consent and Spaceland just arrived from Amazon. I look forward to reading both books. The stack next to my bed is getting taller and taller.

Phonezilla: Form 1500: Stop Junk Mail, Cold

Weird news of the day: Man gets too much junk mail, assaults marketing firm employee with paint.

Far Eastern Economic Review: Betting on the Back Office

eWeek: Senators, Software Battle for Privacy. “The senators — Charles Schumer, D-N.Y., and John Edwards, D-N.C., are not only concerned about Internet spying and unchecked camera surveillance, but they’re also concerned that if nothing is done to protect privacy immediately in this anti-terrorism climate, citizens will never gain back some freedoms that existed just a year ago.”

Center for Immigration Studies: The Jewish Stake in America’s Changing Demography

O’ReillyNet: Mystery of the Plodding HTTP Requests. Sounds like it could be bad cables or a screwed-up router/hub.

Seattle Times: Switch to Linux saved us millions, says

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