January 29, 2004
Robert Reich in today's NY Times: "As we head into the next wave of primaries, the Democratic candidates should pay close attention to what Republicans have learned about winning elections. First, it is crucial to build a political movement that will endure after particular electoral contests. Second, in order for a presidency to be effective, it needs a movement that mobilizes Americans behind it. Finally, any political movement derives its durability from the clarity of its convictions. And there's no better way to clarify convictions than to hone them in political combat."
Much as I dislike the fact that U.S. trademark law requires this sort of legal action, I have to say I think Google has a legitimate case against Booble.
I can't tell if this is brilliant or idiotic: Rapper Mos Def has been cast as Ford Prefect in the upcoming film version of The Hitch-Hiker's Guide to the Galaxy.
It's official: Steve Jobs says Pixar's partnership with Disney is over.
An AP wire story today suggests almost in passing that the Democratic candidate Republicans are most fearful of running against is John Edwards.