Sunday, May 28, 2006


Al Jazeera - Extra sharp, extra clever

Josh Rushing is the new Washington anchor for the new Al Jazeera broadcast studio to come on stream soon.

Josh is an ex-marine corps captain. He was a spokesman for US government information services and decided to decline his commission.

His contacts with Al Jazeera caused him to form the impression they were trying to be an unbiased news reporting agency.

Josh says Al Jazeera ticks off both the East and the West and so can been seen as *impartial*.

He says that the network is actually four mini networks.

I found that to be interesting. Four mini networks, soon to be five. Decentralizing is a sure fire way to insure survival. No knocking out of *head office*.

Al Jazeera has been a powerful weapon to leverage the cartoon protest riots and to further other Jihadist moves.

If the powers behind Al Jazeera are pro-fundamentalist, and I have reason to believe they are, then this expansion into the west with Josh as Washington rep, is an ominous manouver.

Ominous because Josh is an extremely intelligent and assuring type. The type who can calmly explain why Hamas websites that encourage children to become martyrs by wearing a bomb vest to a shopping mall is really not so bad, and having *liberals* accept the logic.

I wonder if the oil rich backers have given Josh an offer he just can*t refuse?

A world recognized news reporting network is in fact a very effective weapon. This is how hundreds of millions of Muslims will be swayed and motivated on all continents eventually. TG

Sunday, May 21, 2006


Microsoft = poor; Your best alternate choice?

First person who offers a basic bundle of browser, Email client, word processor and data base that is malware resistant for $49.95 is going to make LOTS of money.

Call me spoiled, but twice daily headlines like this are getting tiresome.
Critical Word Vulnerability Uncovered
By Nate Mook, BetaNews
May 19, 2006, 5:47 PM
Security researchers have discovered a zero-day vulnerability in Microsoft Word, which is already being actively exploited by hackers in China and Taiwan. Microsoft’s Security Response Center says it is working with antivirus vendors to prevent attacks and plans to release a security patch on June 13.
Windows has certainly become *THE target*.

Mozilla is part way there.

They just need to add a W.P. and database that are bulletproof.

What is your idea of a RELIABLE alternate suite to Windows?

Billy Gates is doing his best to be nice to me, [the little guy], but he is too successful and thus a main target.

I need a low profile alternate choice so as not to waste so much time on cleaning malware.

I see a mess of unfinished possible alternates out there, Redhat, Ubuntu, Mac, Mozzilla, what would you choose? TG

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