An ever growing list of who I think has their own portion of the
cosmic correctness. I have no affiliation with any of the following,
except personal experience.
First, Metacrawler is, and
has been for a long time, the official search engine of Some of the
Answers, but Google seems to be
gaining some sway.
- The Libertarian Party is my
favorite political party, and one of the few that's based on a
- The GNU project is dedicated to
the idea that software should not be owned. They put out quite a lot
of good free software.
- Spire makes amazingly high
quality carrying cases for notebook computers. Expensive compared to
some, but well worth every dime in quality.
- MouseMitts are a godsend if
you suffer from any sort of wrist strain or carpal tunnel. A small
company that deserves your support, they make an excellent,
- Road Tools sells the
CoolPad, a nice device that sits under your laptop, and simultaneously
allows for the dissipation of extra heat and lets you rotate the whole
thing 360 degrees.
Safe is a free Windows program to keep all of your passwords
securely. It makes the process of adding new unique passwords for all
those assorted web logins a breeze.
- Koyaanisqatsi is a
word with many meanings, the most famous of which is "Life out of
balance". A documentary without words, but with a tremendous score by
Lola Run is a fantastic German film that comes about as close as
any I've ever seen to picturing the way I see the world interacting
- MJD is a perl
programmer. He's got a clue, a fun sense of humor, and an ability to
point out the mistakes of the pompous like no one else I've ever
- JWZ is an old-school hacker and
probably responsible for many of the good things to come out of
Netscape, in some way or another.
Schneier is one of the world's leading cryptologists and president
of Counterpane Systems.
- The Awful Truth is
Michael Moore's latest foray into dealing with being pissed off and
helping others do so.