dangerousmeta!, the original new mexican miscellany, offering eclectic linkage since 1999.

If you use Cibavision Clear Care (Aosept),

apparently the manufacturing is shut down temporarily.  I was driving all over the place looking, to no avail.

03/16/06 • 07:36 PM • Health • No Comments

Texas Memory Systems:

1 Terabyte of DDR RAM as a ‘hard drive.’  A Photoshop user’s dream.

03/16/06 • 04:16 PM • ComputingHardware • No Comments

EndGadget:

Windows XP on Mac solution posted.

03/16/06 • 03:48 PM • ChildhoodHardwareSoftware • No Comments

Rob Galbraith:

Canon updates DPP, other digital SLR software. Though I never use it, I keep on updating it all.

03/16/06 • 12:13 PM • Photography • No Comments

National Business Review:

Creativity cult fails to deliver goods.

03/16/06 • 11:12 AM • ArtsDesign • No Comments

Foreign Affairs:

Saddam’s Delusions: The View from the Inside.  “By 2003, the Iraqi military was reeling from 13 years of almost continuous engagement with U.S. and British air forces, the accumulating effects of sanctions, and the insidious impact of the regime’s dysfunctional policies. These pressures had all helped drive the Iraqi military into a state of chronic decline. The Iraqi military’s main mission was to ensure the internal security of the Baathist dictatorship. Concerned about everything except fighting wars, the Iraqi military, which had once aspired to a Western-like profession of arms, became focused on militarily irrelevant—but nonetheless life-and-death—issues.”  This is what most of us believed ... until the Administration claimed they had concrete information about WMDs.

03/16/06 • 11:10 AM • HistoryPolitics • No Comments

NY Times Arts:

Southeast Asia, Too, Is on Map of Islamic Art.

03/16/06 • 10:19 AM • ArtsHistoryHuman RightsReligion • No Comments

NY Times:

Here’s your fiscal conservatives: Senate Votes to Raise Debt Limit.  Two quotes I’ll post here.  “The increase to $9 trillion represents about $30,000 for every man, woman and child in the United States.”  And, “Before approving the bill, Republicans rejected by a 55-44 vote an amendment by Max Baucus, D-Mont., to mandate a Treasury study on the economic consequences of foreigners holding an increasing portion of the U.S. debt.”  Republicans don’t want their constituency to know how they’ve allowed much of our overgenerous debt to be held by ‘Communist’ China ...

03/16/06 • 10:18 AM • EconomicsPolitics • No Comments

SF New Mexican:

Addressing the ‘clutter of signs’.  I suggest big ones on Old Pecos Trail, St. Francis and Cerrillos: “DOWNTOWN THATAWAY >” and do away with the rest.  Though the Museum Hill signs are tastefully done.

03/16/06 • 10:02 AM • Santa Fe Local • No Comments

SF New Mexican:

Drought sparks tighter city fire restrictions. *Sigh.*  Here we go.

03/16/06 • 09:59 AM • EnvironmentalNatureSanta Fe Local • No Comments

SF New Mexican:

The spaceport idea I’ll buy ... but an NFL team in New Mexico?  Don’t care for it, don’t need it ... don’t spend my tax money on it.

03/16/06 • 09:57 AM • ConsumptionEntertainmentSanta Fe LocalSports • No Comments

Revisions:

I had some time to do some little fixes on the site, along with the WP 2.02 upgrade.  A plug-in, and archives and categories present in a much more friendly manner, though I need to add excerpts.  Now to pull the old html archives into line with the current design.  This site was getting a bit embarrassing, at times, with the lack of basic functionality.  I also need to paginate those categories and archives, too ...

03/16/06 • 07:13 AM • GeneralPersonalWeblogs • No Comments

ABC News.AU:

Menstrual blood yields stem cells.

03/15/06 • 06:53 PM • Health • No Comments

Eurekalert:

Pepper component hot enough to trigger suicide in prostate cancer cells.  Wow.  Now there’s some good news.

03/15/06 • 06:40 PM • Health • No Comments

Fresh Gadgets:

Smoke-free Woodstove for the 3rd World. Seems like a conceptual update to the old backpacker favorite, the Zip stove.  The Zip’s pretty cool, once you get used to it.

03/15/06 • 06:20 PM • FoodHealthHome & LivingHuman Rights • No Comments

Times Online.UK:

Three best drives.

03/15/06 • 02:00 PM • Travel • No Comments

Digital Outback Photo:

Light Craft’s LightZone looks mighty interesting.

03/15/06 • 01:24 PM • ComputingPhotographySoftware • No Comments

Adobe Labs:

XMP Toolkit Version 4.0 Prerelease 1.  For your Photoshop XMP sidecar files.

03/15/06 • 01:22 PM • ComputingPhotographySoftware • No Comments

SF Gate:

Purveyors of violence will have to get on without me.  The constant one-upmanship of ugliness, gore, violence bores me to death, too.  It cannot take the place of real creativity, real ideas ... real plot.

03/15/06 • 01:18 PM • ConsumptionEntertainment • No Comments

Wired:

Life, the Universe, and Everything ... according to quantum mechanics.

03/15/06 • 01:14 PM • ScholarlyScience1 Comment

NY Times Washington:

Senate G.O.P. Blocks Tight Budget Rule.  Still snorting the supply-side ‘cocaine.’  Is the economy growing its way out of debt, thanks to low taxes?  Only if you stop spending like nabobs.  Light a candle for the balanced budget amendment, or at least the intention to balance the budget ... when even cellphone companies are plugging “pay as you go”, should this not be a mantra for the Democratic Party now?

03/15/06 • 01:11 PM • EconomicsHuman RightsPolitics • No Comments

NY Times Home:

Inviting Anarchy Into My Home.  “... I began to put aside my preconceptions about these people — as disorderly, violent and destructive — and to see them as a community dedicated to replacing hierarchy with consensus and cooperation. (Isabell once described them as Quakers who swear a lot.)”

03/15/06 • 12:52 PM • Home & LivingHuman Rights • No Comments

NY Times:

“Many electric utility companies across the nation are collecting billions of dollars from their customers for corporate income taxes, then keeping the money rather than sending it to the government.

03/15/06 • 12:38 PM • EconomicsHuman RightsLaw • No Comments

SF New Mexican:

State’s snowpack season hits new low.  “Three sites — Rio en Medio, Wesner Springs at the headwaters of the Pecos basin and Hidden Valley on the Navajo Nation — have no snow for the first time in their recorded history.”  Don’t talk to New Mexicans about disbelief in climate change.

03/15/06 • 12:30 PM • EnvironmentalNatureSanta Fe LocalScience • No Comments

SF New Mexican:

The Jean Cocteau theatre on Montezuma is going to close down in mid-April.  Another single-screen theatre bites the dust, to our loss.

03/15/06 • 12:29 PM • ArtsEntertainmentSanta Fe Local • No Comments
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