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The Best of TBAW: September 2004

November 18, 2007 @ 6:37am

I've heard that the writers guild is in discussions to end their strike, but my writing team has warned me that it could be years before they come back to work. In the meantime, here's another TBAW rerun.

In September of 2004 I made fun of what Glenn Frey would call "the politics of condiments" in "It tastes great on potatos." The republicans were marketing "W" ketchup so their supporters didn't have to buy Heinz and put more money into John Kerry's pockets.

I've also heard that every time a Unix admin uses "wget" to snag a Web page, Bush's campaign fund receives a dollar.

Are you a democrat? Use Perl and LWP instead! You don't support Republicans. Why should your system administration utilities?

Then I shared a mockup I had done for Happy Cog's redesign of Amnesty International's US website. It showcased a simple spectrum of involvement from Learn to Join to Act, but ultimately looked too much like Human Rights for Dummies.

Newer: The Best of TBAW: October 2004

Older: The Best of TBAW: August 2004