Links, 28 augustus 2005

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  • Has Google peaked?
    The Biggest Threat to Microsoft Might Not Be Those G-men at All, but Apple.
  • Skin Cells Converted to Stem Cells
    Scientists for the first time have turned ordinary skin cells into what appear to be embryonic stem cells -- without having to use human eggs or make new human embryos in the process, as has always been required in the past, a Harvard research team announced.
  • BBC TV channels to be put on net
    The BBC's TV channels will be made available on the internet, BBC Director General Mark Thompson has confirmed.
  • American Legion Declares War on Protestors -- Media Next?
    The American Legion, which has 2.7 million members, has declared war on antiwar protestors, and the media could be next. Speaking at its national convention in Honolulu, the group's national commander called for an end to all “public protests” and “media events” against the war.
  • Cats in sinks
    What is Cats in Sinks? It's obvious. It's about cats. And kittens. Who like sinks. And basins. And that's it.
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