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Monthly archives for August, 2004

The Net As A Weapon Among Teens

Eye-opening article from the New York Times: The Internet Gives Teenage Bullies Weapons to Wound From Afar. (Go to bugmenot.com if you want to avoid registering.) Part of the problem with Internet technologies is that the kids tend to know much more about them than their parents do. Consequently, adults often still have outmoded ideas […]

Toronto Star: Man lay dead in bed for...

Yet another indication about how automation is changing the human dynamic: TheStar.com – Man lay dead in bed for two years. Tweet

Free Mail & Hosting at SpyMac

Spymac is one of those little gems on the Net that you just trip across, and think, “Wow, I wish everybody knew about this.” Compared to other services like Hotmail, Yahoo, and scores of pay mail/hosting sites, SpyMac really stands out. Originally a service aimed squarely at Mac users (hence the name), it has really […]

BBC: HK firm develops cyber girlfrien...

BBC NEWS | Asia-Pacific | HK firm develops cyber girlfriend I can’t decide whether what this demonstrates about human nature is pathetic or frightening. Tweet

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Old Mining Truck

Child on Bike

Iris and Sea, Cape Spear, Newfoundland

Couple and Child, Cape Spear, Newfoundland

Sad Monkey in Zoo.

Owl in Calgary Zoo

Peter Pan Statue, Bowring Park

Woodpecker at Cameron Falls, NWT

Seclusion

Banff

Whooping Crane

Bison outside Behchoko, NWT

Bison outside Behchoko, NWT

Bison outside Behchoko, NWT

Cameron Falls, NWT

Giant Mine

Twillingate Lighthouse

Rosehips at Dusk

Derelict Mining Truck in Yellowknife