Apple's Macworld Expo - New Products Introduced

This really has nothing at all to do with religion, philosophy or pro-life, but I figured I'd post it here anyways. I just finished looking over the developments from the 2005 Macworld Expo Keynote, and I have written an article about it on my Mac Support Blog.

Basically, Apple released a $99 iPod, a $499 Mac, some new software, and many cool new features for some old software programs. If you're thinking about buying any of these things, now's the time to do it :-).

"People's Choice" Awards - Another Award Loses Respect

Does it seem odd that both "Farenheit 9/11" and "The Passion of the Christ" won the 'People's Choice Award' - especially because the two movies were targeted at diametrically opposed audiences?

Here, my friends, we have another example of an award that has lost any esteem it may have previously had, for it has changed the way it allows 'the people' to vote (from The Daily Times):

Technical Notes...

I've decided to make the blog body text a bit darker, as I sometimes have trouble reading light text on a white background. If you think it's better, let me know. If you think it's worse, let me know. If you think I should make the text green, the background yellow, and the title flashing purple/red, well, you can keep that to yourself.


Planned Parenthood (yes, again...)

In a post from earlier today entitled "Where's the 'Emergency'?" on The Dawn Patrol, Dawn Eden magnificently deals with Planned Parenthood's use of the term 'Emergency Contraception' and displays an example of Planned Parenthood's inadequecies when it comes to matters of life:

"Let's look at this, starting with the words "emergency contraception."

It is not contraception.

It is abortion."

Dawn's post (along with many other previous posts - look in her archives) shows some of the typical improper usage of terms dealing with the babies they routinely kill.