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Friday, November 08, 2002
Mission to Venus.


Winona, Winona, what happened?


"Having two X chromosomes may be protective against whatever predisposes someone to not being able to make sense of the social world."
Dr Ruth Campbell, University College London


Why The UK Needs A Net Visionary. I do know a few people currently out of work, perhaps they might be interested...


Outdoor programs; parenting programs at risk for latest budget cuts to Ontario education.


Gay marriage to get hearings in Canada
"He yesterday released a discussion paper that will be used by the justice and human rights committee of the House of Commons to guide the consultations. It outlines three policy options: That marriage remain an opposite-sex institution; that it be changed to include same-sex couples; or that Parliament leave marriage to religions only."



Thursday, November 07, 2002
When squirrels go bad.


Certicom contest has a winner - he "will donate the bulk of his prize money to the Free Software Foundation and the remaining $2,000 to two men whose computers helped solve the problem."



Wednesday, November 06, 2002
Mr. Steve Rush, you've just been aquitted of spying in Greece, now what are you going to do?"
"I'm going to Disneyland!"


Oh, yeah, and Winona's GUILTY. Go to any paper, they're all covering it.



Pooh Rights.

"The 1998 Sonny Bono Copyright Extension Act requires the heirs of the creators of works to give two years notice to people granted copyright rights, which is why the new agreement begins in 2004, Spelich said."


Vern from Trading Spaces dishes on decorating!


Travellers evicted from site that they own.


Charles Rennie Macintosh desk fetches 1m pounds at recent auction.


Restored Macintosh panels on display again - from the Willow Tea Room, which I went to this past spring, in Glasgow. Best value: tea for two. I liked the Russian Caravan tea, but I also like peat-y single malts, so keep that in mind.



Tuesday, November 05, 2002
Toronto Police sue Toronto Star newspaper for $2B - but that is in Canadian Funds.


Gary Hart ponders 2004 presidential bid.


OCAP actions, especially a Pope Squat update.



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