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Repost

I am reposting this article that I wrote in 2004. How much of it still applies today?

Have YOU forgotten? 
Shortly after the horrific attacks on 9-11, the media felt as though they needed to stop showing the images of 9-11, because it is to “disturbing”. They are right, it is disturbing; however they should show it everyday, for nothing else but to remind this country why we are at war. A war against terrorists. The liberal left wants to make you think it is because of oil. They must not remember the four airliners, but I do. 

The second American has been be-headed. This is another image that the American people need to see everyday. Then when the left start whining about the “atrocities” in “grab-an-Arab” prison, the argument should be… We humiliated them, we scared them, they cut our guys heads off. How wrong were we? 

There is a liberal protest group called ANSWER. (Act Now Stop War & End Racism). These are fundamentalists, which are every bit as rabid as the terrorists that we are…

Old VS. New

I was reading this article, and in it there were some really good points made. Those of us who have been around since the beginning of the web as we know it, have fond memories of pre-web 2.0 sites, that most don't know they existed or didn't care that much to look for them. The article points out Yahoo, which has re-invented itself to be more relevant in this post 2.0 world. One of the others that comes to my mind is AOL (or America On Line as it was called) Do you remember that in the late '90's AOL disks were everywhere. (The hay day of dial-ups) and for $13.00/month you had access to the internet at blazing 14.4 kbs speeds. AOL is another company that is re-inventing itself from an ISP to become a content provider. (Mostly by buying established content providers and putting them under the AOL umbrella.) Not that there is anything wrong with that. That is one of the many prerequisites when doing anything on the internet. Everything on the internet will either grow,…