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August 23, 2007

Yes, Master a horrible romance (comic book)
Demz Can Has A Bumper Sticker? The DSCC [warning: flash], a group that works to elect Democrats to the Senate, is urging Democrats to vote on its four suggestions -- "or create one of your own by midnight August 27." "We need a turn of phrase that really jumps out and tells you right off the bat what this election is all about," said James Carville in a message to Democrats. Carville is credited with the famous phrase, "It's the Economy, Stupid". In a message to DSCC supporters on Thursday, Carville said sometimes the best ideas come from people outside Washington. "Heck, come up with something good enough, I'll risk my own safety and put it on my wife's car," Carville said. (His wife Mary Matalin is a Republican and a former aide to Vice President Dick Cheney.) But will they have learned their design lesson? more inside
1000 Hands Buddha Just what it says, except with dancing.
Are you a travelling celebrity? Or at least travelling with one? Tips for you from the WAG's Guide to Travel.
Today the GoogleEarth, tomorrow the GoogleUniverse. Now users can elevate their view from the planet into the cosmos. With about a hundred million stars and two hundred million galaxies, Sky in Google Earth lets you explore the heavens like never before. (YouTube inline demo.) more inside
Police plant agents at protest Bad cop, no donut.
Couldn't find much sexual content on the web so I had to settle for this digital moan. Niiieine!
AIDS denial in the Internet era. This denial was highlighted on an international level in 2000, when South African president Thabo Mbeki convened a group of panelists to discuss the cause of AIDS, acknowledging that he remained unconvinced that HIV was the cause...the AIDS Coalition to Unleash Power (ACT UP) was for many years on the front lines of AIDS education and activism. But now a San Francisco chapter of the group has joined the denialist movement...Members of the group “The Foo Fighters” provided music for a soundtrack of the recent documentary, “The Other Side of AIDS”, which questions whether HIV is the cause of AIDS. The band has spread its message that HIV does not cause AIDS at concerts, and it lists the HIV denial group “Alive and Well” as a worthy cause on its Web site...