Monthly Archive: November 2004

Walmart? Good? 0

Walmart? Good?

Watching this PBS special titled “Is Walmart Good for America“, while multitasking on multi-computers (have 4 of ’em setup here at my subterrain command central).. timely Frontline piece, same week when the nytimes.com article talked about how much data Walmart...

homepage redesign 0

homepage redesign

Now the home page to djchuang.com is CSS XHTML(?) compliant, and my Andy Warhol imitation is visible to Firefox. I felt compelled during the past week to get at least the home page looking somewhat clean and up-to-date, design-wise anyways,...

overload schmoverload 0

overload schmoverload

Kevin Miller is at it again, now going on the virtual speaking circuit via satellite tv, with an upcoming “Overcoming Overload” conference, having already written a book Surviving Information Overload [book excerpt has: Top 15 signs of information overload] and...

do Democrats want to actually win? 0

do Democrats want to actually win?

or do Democrats want to actually impose their political values on others? I was a bit disappointed with the minimal response I got to my previous post, and 2 of my good friends heard my griping offline and put in...

amateur political punditry 0

amateur political punditry

Any long-time reader of my blog knows that my dislike for oversimplification and reductionism about the complexities of life and feelings and ideas, and yet the political arena is just way too complicated for me to weigh in on one...

Bloggercon wannabe

Bloggercon wannabe

Bloggercon is happening today in the Bay area, other side of the US from me. Wish I could be there. (Tho’ there was JournalCon here in DC this summer, and I couldn’t make it due to scheduling, so it’s not...

market-driven church, market-driven election 0

market-driven church, market-driven election

lots of pundits and people have noticed and griped about the ugly campaign tactics, and what politicians and pastors are both among the most pragmatic, and will basically do whatever works. For the politicians, they’ll use the tactic and deliver...

projected scores at bedtime 0

projected scores at bedtime

I’m turning in. Here’s the scoreboard at this moment: ABC: Bush 237, Kerry 188 NBC: Bush 207, Kerry 199 CBS: Bush 219, Kerry 199 FOX: Bush 210, Kerry 144 CNN: Bush 197, Kerry 188 ABC jumped it and projected a...