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I lived in this neighborhood
for a while back in the early 90s, before it began the gentrifying process that this web site embodies. St. Pete area still has tons of Art Deco style architecture, and folks are finally beginning to appreciate those lovely things.
The web designers of this site, Creative Media, have a site with a front page that knocked me out, since I am a nut for old and/or funky doors and windows.
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Stripped Down. This article from New Scientist magazine tells of an idea for bringing low-cost computing to the poor in developing countries. The key to making it possible: no Microsoft.
Friends Committee On National Legislation: The first Washington Newsletter of this year outlines the process FCNL believes the administration and Congress should take to withdraw from Iraq. “As the 109th Congress convenes in January, will it “stay the course” and fund the same failed war policies of the past two years, or will it condition funding on the U.S. implementing new policies to de-escalate the violent conflict, to end the occupation and to return Iraq to Iraqis,” writes FCNL. The newsletter will not arrive in your mailbox for several more weeks, but we wanted to give you an advance look at this important article that sets out steps toward withdrawal from Iraq. For regular updates on our Iraq work please visit here.