Friday, January 27, 2006

Some links from Nealz Nuze,

From Nealz Nuze:

Lardass beats grandmother with 2x4 for beer money.

People who think that Iraqis had it better under Saddam Hussein than they do now should take note: a video has been released that shows some of Saddam's atrocities. It's not pretty.

LA Times columnist Joel Stein says he doesn't support the troops. At least he's being open and honest, unlike all of the other Democrats on the left who say one thing, but believe another.

Former House Speaker Newt Gingrich is calling the crazy in charge of Iran 'the new Hitler.' Will the world do anything to stop Mahmoud Ahmadinejad?

GM....Ford....and now the New York Times.
Yet another corporate dinosaur in trouble because of an archaic, outmoded business model.
That it happens to be a leftist newspaper just makes it all the more ironic.

John Stossel tells us about people getting busted for trying to get their kids into a good public school.  Even people who just want their kids to have a decent education are considered criminals.

Osama Bin Laden made that audiotape and offered a truce....but why? Former New York Mayor Ed Koch takes a look at the possible reasons.


PCLinuxOS gets its own websitePCLinuxOS, a three-year-old LiveCD desktop Linux distribution that originated as a fork of Mandrake, now has its own website. went live earlier this week. "We now have a home of our own, thanks to the support from donations received last month," distro founder "Texstar" wrote...

I've been experimenting with PCLinuxOS for the past year and a half. This Texas Linux distro on a live CD is very impressive; it's optimised for desktop use, and you can try it out by running it from the CD without installing it on your hard drive. If you decide you like it, you have the option of installing it to the hard drive.

You can download it for free. Technically it's still beta software but it's actually very close to it's offical release and is presently very functional; many folks are already using it full time as their primary OS. If you are at all interested in trying out Linux, without having to install it to your hard drive, this is one I would really recommend. It's a very friendly Linux for a first time user.

Choosing a desktop Linux distroEver since Linux came to the fore in the late '90s, people have had widely differing opinions about which distribution makes the best Windows desktop replacement. To his credit, editor and inveterate operating system tester Steven J. Vaughan-Nichols isn't ducking this sticky question...

Free blogsite package makes publishing distinctive blogs easyBloggers wanting to rise above the blogosphere noise, but not prepared to tackle the likes of Drupal, would do well to check out Thingamablog, a free, open source blogsite publishing package. Thingamablog is a standalone blogging application that makes authoring and publishing weblogs as simple as possible...

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