daily links: october 2000

10.17.00
In Passing...—Yes, someone else is listening
AOLiza—It's man vs. machine, and we're down for the count...
AdCritic.com—Download all your favorite TV ads, movie trailers, etc.
Salon.com—Miss America, corporate whore
ABCnews.com—Evidence that Beethoven had lead poisoning
Wired News—Gore never said he invented the internet. Why don't we care?

10.18.00
GFP Bunny—Otherwise normal rabbit glows green in black light
Fear the Mullet—Help document the habits of this fascinating species
ABCnews.com—Big Tobacco: OK, no more marketing to children. We swear. Well, American children, anyway.
Salon.com—Review of Philip Pullman's final volume in the "His Dark Materials" trilogy, "The Amber Spyglass".
Fast Company—Both presidential candidates tackle the same set of questions about the New Economy
Slashdot—The candidates on Napster

10.20.00
Salon.com—World Monoply Championship. Really.
ABCnews.com—London mayor declares war on Trafalgar Square pigeons
fuckedcompany.com—Who's the latest casualty in the dotcom death march?
Wired News—Teen trader who violated SEC rules still walked away with a lot of cash
Jump the Shark—When good sitcoms go bad...
TheForce.net—More Star Wars news than you'll know what to do with

10.23.00
ABCnews.com—They've all got advanced degrees and years of training, but somebody has to unclog the toilet.
Yahoo! News—MIR to crash in February
Web Economy Bullshit Generator—It would be funny if it wasn't so true...
Wired News—E-mail or email? Wired News takes a stand
Salon.com—Defenders of the Corporate Icon
The National Story Project—Writer Paul Auster helps us tell our own stories

10.24.00
Salon.com—The new Eudora email program knows if you've been naughty or nice
Slate—Bush's ongoing imitation of Dan Quayle, fully documented and updated daily
Wired News—A look at genetic testing and healthcare coverage
House of Leaves—The British site for this phenomenal book
Splorp.com—Is that a spiral in your logo or are you just happy to see me?
As the Apple Turns—The best rumor/humor site for Apple/Macintosh devotees

10.25.00
ABCnews.com—Fat baby goes home
Finnegan's Web—Full indexed and searchable text of Joyce's unreadable masterpiece
NakedNews.com—Exactly what it says...
Oxford English Dictionary—Word of the day, with all the trimmings
Soundbitten—I don't know exactly how to describe this, but I like it.
Salon.com—Four critics go to war over the importance of Radiohead's "Kid A"

10.26.00
Salon.com—Copyright law and Christian merchandising
Wired News—Usenet archive up for sale
Crop Circle Connector—Archive of crop circle photos
ABCnews.com—Dubya and Algor, American royalty
Salon.com—Would you like that porn scrambled or over easy?
Art on a Palm—A large canvas including 1000 smaller pieces created on Palm Vx

10.27.00
Slashdot—Microsoft hacked. There are links to articles that give more details, but the discussion on Slashdot is always the best.
Vadder—Urban exploration tips
Salon.com—Small eBay sellers on the ropes
ABCnews.com—Do birds dream?
Wired News—Playstation 2 rollout
eCompany—Razorfish, iXL mystique starting to tarnish?

10.30.00
Ghostwatcher—Help a woman monitor spooks in her house
ABCnews.com—Maharishi Mahesh Yogi is trying to build the world's tallest building in Dallas
Salon.com—A few suggestions for corporate America
The Well—Can Bush read? A query from Michael Moore.
Wired News—Reselling PS2 for fun and profit!
Hunter S. Thompson—Site for the writer
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