March 12, 2000
[movies] Interview with Jeffery Wigand. This is the man who blew the whistle on Big Tobbacco and who’s story recently formed the inspiration for Michael Mann’s film The Insider.
Yet another “is the Technology bubble going to burst?” article.
The Sunday Times has a profile of Ian Brady. Why bother?
“Whatever happened to Quentin Tarantino?” Is Tarantino the bizzaro Y2K Howard Hughes?
[Mayor for London] “Hoi! Lose the hair Beardy!” The Observer reports that the aides have told Frank Dobson to lose the beard or lose the election. Someone should report that bullshitting mirthmakers are running the Dobson campaign!
March 11, 2000
[quote] “I really do think that the battlelines have been drawn. I want to see comics as a pop medium, I want to see the Forbidden Planet empire reaching out to every city in the world like McDonald’s. I want to see comic creators and retailers in Vogue and on telly, but ranged against that brilliant global vision are the cornershop bankers who just want to sneak home with their brown paper bags and their Betty Page video’s and who’re just desperate to keep comics at the level of stamp collecting and train-spotting because they can’t face up to the glare of the real world. Which side will you be on? — its as simple as that.” — Grant Morrison (1992)
[MP3] A new version of Winamp is available. Download from here. Winamp is a free MP3 player for Windows.
Check out Blogger. It’s the website I use to update linkmachinego.com — the Blogger website just got a redesign.
March 10, 2000
New book from O’Reilly: Tactical Systems Administration
March 9, 2000
A life in Crime — Ian Rankin on crime novels. “Here’s the scoop: crime writing is sexy.”
lastminute.com up’s it’s share price.
Be Afraid. MI5 is watching your email according to the BBC — especially if you get emails from David Shayler…
According to the Guardian Labour MPs love Harry Potter books.
March 8, 2000
The Internet has been in the news alot today in the UK. Various Links: Nine high flying tech stocks join the FTSE-100 according to BBC News. BT to offer free net access — rather expensive unmetered access! This is London reports on the lastminute.com ipo.
According to The Economist the Internet is running out of names!
Watching the Detective – interview with the detective leading the murder hunt for Jill Dando.
March 7, 2000
Websites for the major candidates for London major: Steve Norris, Frank Dobson, Ken Livingstone, Susan Kramer. The Official Major for London website.
Pictures from the race for London Mayor.
BBC News reports that the Internet price war is starting to hot up in the UK. I’ve recently moved over to btinternet.com — £9.99 a month for unlimited access at weekends and week-day nights.
From the Guardian: Ken Livingstone tears up the rule book. Simon Hoggart on the “Stuff Blair Campaign“.
March 6, 2000
Find interestings posts from interesting people on slashdot.org: John Carmack, Jamie Zawinski and Tom Christiansen
BBC News reports that the Antichrist is a vegetarian. Guh?!
In my real job I am a so-called “IT Support Analyst” but if this World Weekly News is right — I want to change my Job Title to Witchfinder General!
March 5, 2000