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11 September 2006 @ 12:46 pm
Pearl Harbor, the 11 Sept 2001 attacks, and a woman named Marilyn.  
Thaks to filkertom for the link. A reporter talks about reporting truth, vs. other things passed off as if they were truth.
Current Mood: hopefulhopeful
Dr3Am3ndergesellschaftoi on September 12th, 2006 12:29 am (UTC)
Re: Thanks for sharing
heh I pride myself in sticking to the ideas and not going into the details anymore, hey, it's at the least "some" improvement ;)

hahaha public domain MS.. so.. basicly the community just scraps MS, and uses the (then) public domain access to formerly proprietary/copywrited code to make superior OS's fully supportive of softare originaly designed to operate under an MS operating system??

I was thinking Halliburtons wares are recycled to build school chairs and hospital beds, buildings converted to universities and hospitals, prison/internment camp lands terraformed into wildlife refuges, ABC/NBC/FOX de-monopolized into disassociated local networks (same with radio) etc. Walmarts would make real nice buildings for farmers markets, swap meets, flea markets, community events. :D
ashi: ai-khan!!!ashi on September 12th, 2006 12:34 am (UTC)
Re: Thanks for sharing
Speaking of supporting software originally designed to operate under an MS operating system, I have hopes for this project:

Dr3Am3ndergesellschaftoi on September 12th, 2006 12:53 am (UTC)
Re: Thanks for sharing
sweeeet :)
Hopefully there won't be a debate over licensing. An example of something that annoys me to no end is Real Media files, I dispise the player, it's spyware, and that I've yet to find a decent legal player that can play the format. If they can code their own support drivers I can see it getting the same fire that say taking a picture, of a copyrighted painting, then scanning it.. it's not the same paint or medium, yet is still considdered the same protected work. I see it becoming the new debate "just because the code is different, it serves the same "intellectual" purpose" :/