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http://www.timemachiner.com Will this web app that allows you to send emails that are deliveredat a designated time in the future be a success? I dunno… go send anemail to your future self.
Loretta Napoleoni, author of “Rogue Economics” (Seven Stories) returns to This is Hell! Loretta was on our show back in 2003 when we talked with her about her book, “Terror, Inc.: Tracing the Money Behind Global Terrorism.” Loretta, an economist herself, is one of the world’s leading experts on money laundering and terror financing. Michael Read more
http://www.phatterism.com/ In a smarter, better, funnier world, all blogs would look and work like this.
http://enigmail.mozdev.org This one’s inspired by Chuck, and a certain recent email-triggeredtinfoil hat moment. If you’re feeling a little paranoid these daysabout who’s reading your email, get Enigmail. It’s a free plug-in forthe Thundrbird email client from Mozdev, the same folks that broughtyou Firefox. Makes sending and receiving secure, encrypted email aregular piece-o-cake. But it still Read more
Haifa Zangana, author of “City Of Widows: An Iraqi Woman’s Account of War and Resistance” (Seven Stories). Haifa was a prisoner of Saddam Hussein’s regime. She is a weekly columnist at al-Quds newspaper and a commentator for The Guardian, Red Pepper and al-Ahram Weekly. Gary Brecher writes the War Nerd column at eXile.ru. Gary’s first Read more
http://plone.org If you’re like me, and your looking for a flexible, full-featured,enterprise-ready open source content management system, check outPlone. Hey, it’s good enough for the Jet Propolsion Lab!
Michael Massing, a contributing editor at the Columbia Journalism Review, who also writes frequently on the press and foreign affairs on the pages of the New York Review of Books. Michael’s article, “The Volunteer Army: Who Fights and Why?,” appears in the April 5th issue. Michael’s article in the March/April issue of CJR is “Out Read more
http://www.picturesofwalls.com/ A hot little online photograhic collection of literary graffittifrom all over the world. Alot of it is pretty darn entertaining. It’s avirtual gold mine of visual non sequitors… along with a few nuggetsof actual art, poetry and wisdom. Plus, you can sumbit your very ownencounters with walls there too. I’ve had my share. Actually, Read more
http://lifehacker.com/ A great tech blog that’s come a long way fast, winning big awardsand kudos since it’s 2005 launch. The tons of tips and downloadabletools for Linux, Mac and PC should have motivated me to move faster onthis one. It finally took a listener suggestion to get my ass in gear.Thanks to Erin F. via Read more
Greg Mitchell, editor of Editor & Publisher and author of “So Wrong For So Long: How the Press, the Pundits – and the President – Failed on Iraq” (Sterling). Maude Barlow is the head of the Council of Canadians, Canada’s largest public advocacy organization. She is a past winner of the Right Livelihood Award (the Read more
http://openvpn.net Winner of an InfoWorld BOSSIE (Best in Open Sourse Software) award,OpenVPN is a free, open source VPN (Virtual Private Network) solutionfor your home or biz network. What goes on in your network stays inyour network. Bet you never heard of the BOSSIE awardsbefore. It’s a great place to load up on free, state of Read more
Ken Silverstein is the Washington editor of Harper’s Magazine. We discussed his article in the March issue entitled, “Beltway Bacchanal: Congress Lives High on the Contributor’s Dime.” Theresa Hitchens is the director of the Center for Defense Information where she heads their Space Security Project. Theresa is the author of “Future Security In Space: Charting Read more