Terrorism paranoia and all that jazzSep 18, 2006
You are more likely to be killed by an American policeman than by a toothpaste-wielding foreign jihadist.
InfoKwik.com United States Cities and Tourism web sites listsAug 24, 2006
If you need information on U. S. Cities and tourism, find it here fast!
How Angry Is Your City?Aug 17, 2006
Kansas City, MO 56th, St. Louis, MO 10th
The Internet at the crossroadsAug 4, 2006
Who will save the the people's internet from "Big Cable and Phone Companies"?
Net Neutrality: This Is SeriousJun 26, 2006
The inventor of the internet speaks out for "Net Neutrality".
Free Press NewsJun 8, 2006
Free Press is a national, nonpartisan organization working to reform the media and involve the public in media policymaking. Through education, organizing and advocacy, we promote diverse and independent media ownership, strong public media, and universal, affordable access to communications.
Save the InternetJun 7, 2006
Don't let Big Telecom and Cable destroy the Internet - AT&T is now spending tens of millions of dollars to force legislation through Congress that would let AT&T - and other big phone and cable companies - decide what you watch, where you go and what you do online. AT&T stands to make billions if the legislation is passed. But do you trust AT&T to make the right decisions for you?
The 2006 Allstate America's Best Drivers ReportMay 25, 2006
Out of 200 cities surveyed Overland Park, KS 25, Kansas City, MO 28, Kansas City, KS 32.
Big Brother knows who you are talking to!Apr 21, 2006
According to Deep Packet these Juniper routers have specially designed cards in them to shunt ALL OF THE TRAFFIC from ATT peering points to NSA analysis centers around the country. Peering traffic means not just traffic that begins and ends on ATT’s network but any traffic from networks that ATT has peering arrangements with.
Consumer Product Safety NewsNov 5, 2005
Product recall news and more.
Study Finds No Psychological or Cognitive Deficits among Native Americans Who Use Peyote Regularly in Religious SettingsNov 4, 2005
Native Americans who use the hallucinogen peyote regularly in connection with religious ceremonies show no evidence of brain damage or psychological problems, report researchers at Harvard-affiliated McLean Hospital.