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How To Destroy A Web Page For Fun

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[The "Buzz"]
A new site promises an interesting and creative way for people to take their frustrations out on web sites.

Still no cure for cancer, but it's refreshing to know that more technical people are spending so much time and energy on important pursuits like these.

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Blow Yourself Up

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[The "Buzz"]
Are you feeling a little small? Maybe you want to blow yourself up? Maybe you and some friends or your favorite subject?

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Observations on the 2004 Oscars

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[The "Buzz"]
[BSAlert *exclusive*]
Since maybe some of you don't have the patience for a three-hour telecast, here are my reflections on the event.

First, the monologue. Generally, it was funny. Politically speaking, it was reasonably balanced. During his monologue, Chris Rock did a good ten-minute riff on Bush. ("Just imagine if you work at the Gap…and when you close up for the day, your register is $75 trillion dollars short.") The audience seemed to love it (surprised?). He did a very mild jab at Michael Moore, but only after saying nice things about his movie.

He also said some nice things about the film "The Passion of the Christ," and Jesus in general, to provide balance. And on a more personal level, if he ever zinged anybody, like Cuba Gooding, he managed to turn it around on himself before he was done.

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The Corporation

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[The "Buzz"]
There's an interesting documentary making the rounds on and offline, called The Corporation, which was raved about at Cannes. I am not sure if it ran much in the states, but it's that type of movie that is not likely to get much commercial attention even though it's scarier than any horror movie you'd see, and more dramatic than any drama.

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Gangsta Cultcha Hits Da Search Engines Y'erd Meh!

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[The "Buzz"]
You say you want to do some research for your term paper, but you want it with an urban, gangsta rap edge that so beautifully epitomizes your Infro-mational needz? Well, worry no mo, mah nizzle... Gazoogle iz in da howze!

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Who was Raymond Scott?

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[Essential Factoids]
[Technology]
This is the first of a series we're launching here at BSAlert called "Essential Factoids". The idea is to call attention to something or someone important that most people know little about.

In this case, do you know who Raymond Scott was? Why should he be remembered?

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Would this be an Orange Alert? Or Yellow?

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[The "Buzz"]
Fiendish cheese saboteurs ruined 237 wheels of cheese ripening peacefully on a farm in Vermont.

When the people of America can no longer eat cheese in safety and security, the terrorists have truly won.

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Internet Veterans For Truth

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[The "Buzz"]
The "veterans" of the Internet(s) war for the hearts and minds of the people have compiled a web site with a comprehensive link of the most compelling content relative to the presidential election. Fahrenheit 911 streaming video? Yep. Kerry's testimony on the Viet Nam War? Yep. This is the site for the stuff you're looking for (well, aside from BSAlert.com of course).

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Please hold for the President of the United States

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You are home minding your business when the phone rings and you look down at the Caller ID and it's the White House. The caller asks you to "Please hold for the President of the United States."

Is this for real you ask yourself.... Well...

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2004's Scariest Halloween Costumes

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[Humor]
[The "Buzz"]
Great suggestions here for Halloween costumes for your little tyke that are up-to-the-minute current, and also scary as hell!


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