Daily Archives: May 15, 2004

Another view on the MT upgrade

You know, if SixApart had had Jay Allen make the announcement about the MT 3.0 developer edition and various changes to the licensing agreements in the first place, I daresay they wouldn’t have had all these problems. There’s now an … Continue reading Continue reading

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RIP, special session

What more can you say? Lt. Gov. David Dewhurst surrounded himself with a bipartisan group of senators on the Capitol’s south steps Friday as he announced the special session on property tax relief and public school finance has apparently failed. … Continue reading Continue reading

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Cops for Kerry

I’m glad to see this. Presumptive Democratic nominee John Kerry today collected the endorsement of the International Brotherhood of Police Officers, a police union that backed President Bush in the 2000 election. “After three and a half years of disappointing … Continue reading Continue reading

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Votacion Hoy

Today we vote on City Proposition 1, which is leading by a 14-point margin in a recent poll. I have decided after a lot of back and forth on the issue to vote against it, but I have no criticism … Continue reading Continue reading

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