Friday, February 23, 2007

Democratic Presidential Candidates

My List of Candidates (Announced, Probable, & Hopeful)

Senator Joe Biden of Delaware
(Senate Site)(Campaign Site)(Blog)(Gear)

Retired General Wesley Clark of Arkansas
(PAC Site)(Gear)

Senator Hillary Rodham Clinton of New York
(Senate Site)(Campaign Site)(Blog)(Gear)

Senator Christopher Dodd of Connecticut
(Senate Site)(Campaign Site)(Blog)(Gear)

Former Senator John Edwards of North Carolina
(Campaign Site)(Blog)(Gear)

Former Vice President Al Gore of Tennessee
(Official Site)(Gear)

Former Senator Mike Gravel of Alaska
(Campaign Site)(Blog)(Gear)

Representative Dennis Kucinich of Ohio
(House Site)(Campaign Site)(Forum)(Gear)

Senator Barack Obama of Illinois
(Senate Site)(Campaign Site)(Blog)(Gear)

Governor Bill Richardson of New Mexico
(Governor Site)(Campaign Site)(Blog)(Gear)

Reverend Al Sharpton of New York
(The Al Sharpton Show Site)(Gear)

Former Governor Tom Vilsack of Iowa
(Campaign Site)(Blog)(Gear)

Crossposted at jc's designs

Wednesday, February 21, 2007

Tuesday, February 20, 2007

Women With Brains

Men Who Don't Like Women With Brains Don't Like Women.

Available here.

Crossposted at maTREEarchy.

Thou Shalt Love Thy Neighbor

Love Thy Neighbor (With Republican Disclaimer)"Thou shalt love thy neighbor as thyself." Jesus

Republican Disclaimer: Unless they're Democrats, homosexuals, Islamic, Illegal aliens, members of the ACLU, French, Liberals, members of Indian tribes, the homeless ... feminists, peace activists, union members ... laborers, intellectuals, Quakers ...

Available here.

Sunday, February 18, 2007

Liberty Or Security

They who would give up an essential liberty for temporary security deserve neither liberty or security. Benjamin Franklin
Available here.


Software users may be familiar with the term NAGWARE. Wikipedia describes nagware as:

Nagware (also known as begware or annoyware) is a type of shareware that reminds (or nags) the user to register it by paying a fee. It usually does this by popping up a message when the user starts the program, or intermittently while the user is using the application. These messages can appear as windows obscuring part of the screen or message boxes that can quickly be closed. Some nagware keeps the message up for a certain time period, forcing the user to wait to continue to use the program.

The intent is generally that the user will become so annoyed with the messages that he or she will register it to get rid of them. Naturally, there is a fine line to be walked — if reminders are too annoying, users may abandon a program without even evaluating it fully, which is as much a lost sale as a failure to register.

The name of this blog comes from a play on words. Often, when people get excited about a cause like the environment, peace, (Insert candidate of your choice), animal rights, or any other number of issues, they may seem like a nag to other people who aren't quite as excited about that particular cause. There's a fine line between keeping a message out there to persuade others, and bombarding them with enough to drive them away. One benefit of shirts, buttons, and bumperstickers is that one's issues can be visible, but in a less intrusive way.

Nagwear lets your stuff do the nagging for you, so you don't have to.