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But what if you're neither?

George W. President sat down with Larry King on CNN tonight (transcript). During the interview, he made the following statement:

I like to tell people I would rather be — when history looks back, I’d rather be judged as solving problems and being correct, rather than being popular.

That made me think, “But what if you’re neither?”

Bush: I’d rather be right than popular | CNN


Written by Jeff

Thursday, July 6, 2006 at 10:46 pm

Posted in Links, Politics

MTV ads: Fight For Your Rights

I guess one of the things that you miss when you stop watching MTV is their pro-marriage FFYR ads. Take a peep.

MTV Fight For Your Rights | Commercial

Written by Jeff

Wednesday, June 28, 2006 at 1:06 am

Jobs #5 on "People who matter" list

Business 2.0 Magazine has compiled a list of the top 50 people “who matter now” in business. They placed Steve Jobs of Apple at the number 5 spot on that list. Others who made the cut include Rupert Murdoch, the Google founders, and some “Oil Despots”.

Business 2.0: The 50 Who Matter Now

They’ve also compiled a list of the top ten people who don’t matter: people who’ve lost influence in the business community. Included in that list are Steve Ballmer, Rob Malda of Slashdot, and Linus Torvalds.

Business 2.0: 10 people who don’t matter

Written by Jeff

Monday, June 26, 2006 at 8:16 pm

Posted in Apple, Links

"Encryption can keep data safe on laptops"—Duh.

Many stolen laptops have made the news recently, one of which included information on thousands of veterans. That prompted the Department of Veteran Affairs to send out thousands of letters to those affected warning them to watch their credit for suspicious activity (my dad got one a few weeks ago).

An ABC News article suggests that if the laptops had used encryption technology, the problem may not be as bad as it is.

That just made me think of OS X’s FileVault. FileVault is an encryption technology that is built in OS X. It encrypts the contents of a user’s Home directory with “the latest government security standard, AES-128 encryption”.

Real security comes from knowing nobody can rifle through your files without your permission. FileVault uses the latest government security standard to safeguard your hard work. It protects all the info in your home folder from prying eyes, so your trade secrets stay secret, your holiday shopping lists are kept safe and your personal finance records remain protected.

Mac = More secure.

Written by Jeff

Saturday, June 17, 2006 at 10:48 pm

Posted in Apple, Links, Technology

Blinded by the tie

All I can say about this is, "Oh my gay stars!"

This looks like a cross between an 80s televangelist and a used car salesman.

Queerty | Rick Santorum Reaches Out To Us Through His Tie


Written by Jeff

Thursday, June 15, 2006 at 11:21 pm

Posted in Links, PicturePost

Miss Cher Goes to Washington

The Divine Miss Cher has taken up the cause of equipping American soldiers with better helmets. She'll be appearing before Congress on Thursday to help Operation Helmet founder Dr. Bob Meaders lobby for safer and more comfortable helmets.

Cher Storms Capitol Hill to Battle for Better Army Helmets |

This isn't Cher's first foray into chartible works, she's the National Chairperson for the Children's Craniofacial Association and worked with Habitat for Humanity in 2004 on a project to improve housing in cities that artists regular tour.

Written by Jeff

Tuesday, June 13, 2006 at 4:17 pm

Posted in Links, Music, Politics

Better Together?

Written by Jeff

Monday, June 12, 2006 at 3:11 pm

Posted in Links, PicturePost, Politics