Austin Cline is discussing the Julie Carpenter case. She's not allowed to drive a bus because, er, she's a witch.
Basement.org on what you can do with RSS.
Doc Searls is beating up the anti-phone nutters.
The Guardian are reporting that the "right to know" case was lost by the parents. This is a good thing. I think that doctor-patient privilege shouldn't extend to parents if the child has sought out medical advice on their own. If they are mature enough to seek medical advice, they are mature enough not to have their parent's poking their nose through their business.
Joystiq are asking: what do you think of traditional game reviews? I think they suck. They try to be objective with all their star ratings and the such like. We don't give books 'star' or 'percentage' ratings that we pull out of our arses. We critically engage. We should do the same with games.
Hey, Americans! Can you name one member of the Supreme Court? If you can, you are in the minority. If you can't, you're a dumb idiot. I can name 'em, and I don't even live in your damn country.
Booting Vista? Someone's done it!
Les is explaining why he didn't become a churchman.
BBC News are reporting that "senior" chiropractors in Wales (they've cracked more spines than the "juniors") want to join the NHS gravy train.
Kent Newsome is asking: Web 2.0 only for geeks?
Slashdot are discussing the MacBook Pro.
Congress want to filter the Internet. Idiots.
Jeffrey Shallit reviews Not Just Science: Questions Where Christian Faith and Natural Science Intersect.
I'm on the bus at the moment, but when I was in Charing Cross railway station half an hour ago, there was one of those "Could Inspector Sands please come to Platform Five?" warnings that means there's a fire or a bomb scare or something similar. You heard it here first, guys. I walked back past the station about five minutes ago, and it was fine. When the alarm was going, the gates were open.
Apparently, the Pope's divinely inspired words are now copyright. What, "Copyright 2006 God". Gee, I'd like to see that one enforced.