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Archive for August 24th, 2005

Jackory’s Listening Room

Posted by Mark on August 24, 2005

One of my favorite blogs is Jackory’s Listening Room. Had lunch with Jackory while in Oklahoma, and loved every minute of it. He’s been a good friend for a long time, and his growth in Christ the past few years is a marvel to behold.

No one does as much with graphics as Jackory. If you haven’t visited his site recently, head on over. He’s been my music expert for a long time, and should be yours too.

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Google Earth

Posted by Mark on August 24, 2005

If you haven’t downloaded Google Earth, you don’t know what you’re missing. Using the technology of keyhole, Google has taken satellite photography to a whole new level.

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Atta and the Prague Connection

Posted by Mark on August 24, 2005

With the ongoing revelations of Able Danger calling in to question much of the 9/11 Commission report, the report from Czech intelligence of Atta in Prague meeting with Iraqis continues to gain credibility, while the credibility of the 9/11 commission continues to slip away.

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Experimenting with Blogger for Word

Posted by Mark on August 24, 2005

Experimenting with Blogger for Word
This could be a great thing. It sure would put the blogger wysiwyg interface on steroids.
Let’s see how it works for real, though. We’ll link LJiC just for funnies.

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Google Earth

Posted by Mark on August 24, 2005

If you haven’t downloaded Google Earth, you don’t know what you’re missing. Using the technology of keyhole, Google has taken satellite photography to a whole new level.

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Atta and the Prague Connection

Posted by Mark on August 24, 2005

With the ongoing revelations of Able Danger calling in to question much of the 9/11 Commission report, the report from Czech intelligence of Atta in Prague meeting with Iraqis continues to gain credibility, while the credibility of the 9/11 commission continues to slip away.

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Experimenting with Blogger for Word

Posted by Mark on August 24, 2005

Experimenting with Blogger for Word
This could be a great thing. It sure would put the blogger wysiwyg interface on steroids.
Let�s see how it works for real, though. We�ll link LJiC just for funnies.

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We The People

Posted by Mark on August 24, 2005

Despite the wailing from the American Media, and their leftist allies, the Iraqi Constitution is taking shape:

PREAMBLE

We the people of Iraq, newly arisen from our disasters and looking with confidence to the future through a democratic, federal, republican system, are determined — men and women, old and young — to respect the rule of law, reject the policy of aggression, pay attention to women and their rights, the elderly and their cares, the children and their affairs, spread the culture of diversity and defuse terrorism.

We are the people of Iraq, who in all our forms and groupings undertake to establish our union freely and by choice, to learn yesterday’s lessons for tomorrow, and to write down this permanent constitution from the high values and ideals of the heavenly messages and the developments of science and human civilization, and to adhere to this constitution, which shall preserve for Iraq its free union of people, land and sovereignty.

What a moving preamble. Appears they are making progress on the Islamic parts too.

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We The People

Posted by Mark on August 24, 2005

Despite the wailing from the American Media, and their leftist allies, the Iraqi Constitution is taking shape:

PREAMBLE

We the people of Iraq, newly arisen from our disasters and looking with confidence to the future through a democratic, federal, republican system, are determined — men and women, old and young — to respect the rule of law, reject the policy of aggression, pay attention to women and their rights, the elderly and their cares, the children and their affairs, spread the culture of diversity and defuse terrorism.

We are the people of Iraq, who in all our forms and groupings undertake to establish our union freely and by choice, to learn yesterday’s lessons for tomorrow, and to write down this permanent constitution from the high values and ideals of the heavenly messages and the developments of science and human civilization, and to adhere to this constitution, which shall preserve for Iraq its free union of people, land and sovereignty.

What a moving preamble. Appears they are making progress on the Islamic parts too.

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