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Last updated on June 15th, 2017 at 01:35 pm

* Somebody has struck Garry Kasparov with a chessboard. Kasparov says the attack was “politically motivated”.

* Lookin’ good, Michael!

* New Zealand rejects the Keiko Protocol.

* Been holding off buying a Segway until a GT model was introduced? Wait no longer.

* Rupert Murdoch tells editors to head for the Internet; editors pay attention. (More on the renewed Net v Newspaper debate here and here.)

* Was Hitler democratically elected? Apparently not.

* Mark Steyn: “With a few honorable exceptions, Iraq coverage has been a truly spectacular failure. One day in the future, we’ll dig out the yellowing cuttings and wonder how America managed to lose every daily battle and yet still win the war.”

* Nabakov on the revolutionary/passe dual-Tim posting plan.

Posted by Tim B. on 04/17/2005 at 10:17 AM
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