Just a quick note on a new feature… documents on [[CarneyWeb]] may now be title free… this document is an example of just that.
From [Dave Barry’s Blog](http://weblog.herald.com/column/davebarry/:)
We don’t know how we’re going to get *any” work done today. We might just start sitting in front ot the TV ”right now”, waiting for 9 p.m. Eastern 8 p.m. Central Time, because we are SO NERVOUS about what is going to happen tonight, with the terrorists in possession of the amazing Nuk-Em-All remote-control device — NOT sold in stores — that causes all the nuclear reactors in the United States to melt down and apparently there is NOTHING ANYBODY CAN DO ABOUT IT…So the only hope for humanity, ”again”, is loner rogue agent Jack Bauer, who is not afraid to ”take action* — who has the guts to shoot first and also shoot later on. We personally would not mind if he accidentally shot Secretary of Defense William Devane’s daughter, because she gets on our nerves.
LOL!!! Dave Barry is so funny! But everything he says above is true! The only problem is that it’s all going to be true next week, and the week after that, and so on….
Weary of spyware, tired of virus attacks, a nation turns its lonely eyes to … Apple?
We’re living, right now, in Apple’s world, a time and place in which the normal rules of commerce no longer seem to apply to the once much-beaten-down firm. Contrary to all expectations, the company has seen a string of huge hits in the past few years. The iPod is bigger than Jesus. Apple is literally selling these things faster than it can make them. Now, for the first time in almost two decades, there’s a good — great — feeling attached to the Apple brand, a haze of optimism that is unlike the sensation we feel for all but the most cherished of consumer tech brands.
Could this be the beginning of Apple becoming what it used to be? Remember way back in the stone age of computing when Apple was **THE** computer to own, only to become the *betamax* of the home computer market? Well, maybe now there’s a chance that they’ll end up getting back that crown. Stay tuned.
From [Boston Globe — Front Page](http://www.boston.com/news/globe/pageone:)
BAGHDAD — Iraqis voted yesterday in historic national elections in unexpectedly large numbers, despite insurgent attacks on voters and polling stations that killed at least 35 people and injured at least 171. Nine attackers also died.
Excellent! Give them liberty or give them death.