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The world is flat! MoveOn towards popular activism, hierachy-free (flat) (english)
28 Feb 2003
Modified: 03:36:14 PM
Though directed to MoveOn regarding supporting research efforts I include in an effort to limit and / or prevent further connections from developing!
See also:
http://peace.moveon.org/bulletin31.php3#involved
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more stories (english)
28 Feb 2003

Also the "more stories" links appears to still not work, it doesn't give a Newswire listing as does Search null string does for articles.

http://boston.indymedia.org/front.php3?article_id=9682

Also when you include an HTML file via cut and paste as a comment it does not automatically justify as HTML usually does (when /PRE is not used or other format tags), that is is does not autowrap to current screen width size as it does when the same file is included from the same source.

It makes what can be a chore to read even more so by having to move left/right arrows just to view the thing!

- JZ
cut and paste wrap versus included file (english)
28 Feb 2003

Includes corrected link:

http://www.zmag.org/chomsky/dd/dd-c06-s13.html -->Deterring Democracy, Chapter 6 [13-14].

Compare this long winded rambling with one in which the rather than the same HTML source file being cut and pasted as a comment with the link to the same file that if all goes well will be more readable. That is based on previous experience but who knows what might happen this time.
no idea why it wrapped properly this time! (english)
28 Feb 2003