Thursday, September 30, 2004Well, better late than never, I suppose...what a bunch of news stories to return to after a week-long trip!
- Mount St. Helens grumbles once more and may erupt soon, but likely not with the spectacular force of the 1980 event
- Fat Albert the bear breaks into paralyzed Aspen, CO man's home and steals pounds of chocolate
- New WTC construction claims another worker's life
- Secret-search provision of Patriot Act blocked by U.S. District Court judge Victor Marrero; ACLU's response to the ruling
- Lileks: "[Martin] Luther was a blogger!" - an interesting
rantpiece on the increasingly uneasy relationship between traditional journalism and bloggers. Go ahead. Nail your theses to the door.
- FOX Television has launched an official MillenniuM website following the release of the now-defunct show's first season on DVD. While the site is exceptionally "Flash"-y and visually appealing, right now you'll find more (and better) information on the series on fan sites like The Millennial Abyss and Millennium Desktop UK.
- The Ultimate Uff-da Meal: can you handle the 8500-calorie Manwich? [via LDMA's Life in the Wor Zone]
- If you look nowhere else, at least click on and print the 1-page PDF version of the 2004 Voters' Guide, "a starting point for people wanting information on voting in the upcoming national election on Tuesday, November 2, 2004" graciously put together by Jason Kottke. Essential info, fast.