WSJ's Opinion Journal has an article from Khidhir Hamza, a former director of Iraq's nuclear-weapons program, which makes interesting points about the ineffectiveness of weapons inspections as a means of discovery (but you already knew that, right), and about the financial motivations of France, Germany, and Russia to avoid war.
Great lead story on Salon today: AOL's Jekyll and Hyde Act. AOL is the biggest ISP and the biggest media company, so they have the most to gain and the most to lose from file sharing. And I thought Sony was conflicted! The ISP/media conflict adds to the high-volume usage dilemma file-sharing poses to broadband providers. Forbes has a take on this also.
Pretty tempting - Tivo has a promotion for current lifetime subscription members, enabling them for a limited time to transfer their subscription to a new Tivo 2 recorder, which has home networking capability. Too bad it is only 80 hours, my old Tivo 1 [with a hard drive upgrade] holds 130 ;)
100 Stories. Interesting idea. But I think the idea is more interesting than the stories...