Paul Langley: ‘You are plagiarizing yourself!! The tip you published last week about not having to enter the http://www and .com was originally published in your column on March 8, 2001. I use this tip all the time and I remember I got it from your column so when I saw it […]
But first . . .
IT’S ALMOST TIME TO FILE YOUR INCOME TAX EXTENSION
Oh, sure – lord it over me. You’ve already done your taxes. You’ve already got your refund! Well, that just means you’re too organized. For many of us, April 15 means only one thing: Form 4868, the automatic four-month extension […]
Several sites of possible interest today. First, no matter your view of the war, you might want to click here to thank the troops. It takes just seconds.
Next, to see what the war might cost us, click here. It appears we may all one day own a piece of Iraq. (For this […]
But first this time saver . . .
Alan Silver: ‘Ever get tired of typing ‘www.’ or ‘http://’ or ‘.com’ when entering a URL in the Internet Explorer Address Bar? If so, just type the core address and press CTRL + ENTER. The http://www. and .com will appear automatically.’
And now, as Congress prepares to […]
Alan Light: ‘Watching these war protestors in the major cities I can’t help wondering how many of them voted for Ralph Nader. Sigh.’
☞ The assumption Alan is making, of course, is that if these folks had been thinking – at least in swing states like Florida, where Nader got 97,000 votes – […]
Someone way smarter and better informed than I believes this war will be over in five days or less. Very few Iraqis, he believes, want to die for Saddam.
The market is probably headed further down, but may rally strongly first if my friend is right. More to the point, the loss of life may […]
There are compelling reasons for us to go into Iraq and compelling reasons for us not to. The only two things I feel sure of are that (1) the timing of the debate, for Labor Day through the mid-term elections, was deeply cynical; and that (2) we could be doing this with far […]
The estimable Alan Light: ‘It’s too bad that on the entire Worldwide Web, you can’t find a site devoted to the wearing of hats made out of meat. Oh, wait. You can.’
The equally estimable and considerably less whacked out Paul Johns (as if I am anyone to knock a bit of occasional wackiness): […]
Quote of the Day
If you think it's messy there, said Albert Einstein of his paper-strewn office, you should see it up here, he smiled, pointing to his head.~.
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