Global Cooling

According to a new report from a Russian scientist, we are in for a period of cooling rather than warming. Furthermore, he goes on to discuss how this is a natural ebb and flow of temperature changes on our planet and that man's impact with "industrial pollution" is so small in the grand scheme of the natural cooling and warming that it has no affect.

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Python Magazine - Call for More Articles

Brian has announced that they, at Python Magazine, are still in need of more articles from an array of different topics centered on Python.

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Two New Huckabee Ads

I am glad to see these ads remaining positive:

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Some Good Exposure

It's always fun to see posts like this one where people are noticing and recognizing what you are building:

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Apple Frustrations

It's kind of strange to see this posted today.

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Getting SSL Support in Python 2.5.1

If you find yourself on a linux box needing ssl support in python (to use a client in things like httplib.HTTPSConnection or imaplib.IMAP4_SSL), then let me save you a couple of hours of hunting around the web (of course if you have found this then that means you've done some level hunting already!).

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Fixing Weird Problems on sqlite3

I ran into a problem today with trying to use CoPilot to connect to my mother's computer to do some of the typical tech support that tech-saavy sons do for their non-tech- saavy parents.

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John Owen and Dealing with Sin

I heard about a revised edition of some of John Owen's work on sin and temptation, Overcoming Sin and Temptation. I have only read a few pages of it so far but it looks to be a densely packed volume of biblical insight.

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Django Tipper

Ran across this post today and am excited to see what's in store for the rest of the month. He's already got a great start:

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Making the Cut, The StudioNow Blog, Launches

Today, StudioNow, the startup I joined this past year, has launched a blog. The first post is your basic welcome post from John that all blogs invariably start with but look for more posts coming soon on topics catering mainly to our editor community.

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