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    Saturday, May 10, 2003  

    When is our final code lockdown? Don't know.

    That is funny.

    The letter E on my keyboard is beginning to wear away. At Mudd, the dumb terminal in my dorm room didn't have an N key. That was too much "Next" reading news postings. Don't know why E is extra used.

    The Laker coach had surgury today. Tightness in the chest. I'm a hypochondriac and so things like this make me wonder about my own health.

    Couple of interesting links -- Salon.com had an article on Survivor and how Rob and all his wheeling and dealing has made the show's popularity rise. Sophia and I laughed hysterically when Letterman interviewed Christy (the deaf woman). Bad TV but really it is the voyeur in the viewer and the reflection on work (can I just vote one person off?) that makes me watch.

    The second link was someone tried to get every question wrong on the SAT. Fiendish and funny.

    And the third -- sadly a reporter for the NY TImes (my new addiction source) has been a fraud : making up interviews and other facts for his stories. I didn't read the entire 10 page retraction but I think this is going to help the news media realize that truth matters. But in the end, I doubt they will lose many readers. I just hope the journalist in question never works again as a reporter.

    Back to work. Last week before release!

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