In February, 2002, I was logging about
- Robert E. McElwaine was a conspiracy theorist who had a habit of spamming multiple newsgroups with his political, religious, and social ideas. He used an account at the University of Wisconsin Eau Claire, and was very active until around the time I started teaching at that school.
- Animator Chuck Jones, who brought to life Bugs Bunny and the Road Runner, dies at 89. (No, he was neither squashed by a falling safe nor run over by an Acme Indestructo Steel Ball.)
- Palindromatic dates:”The year 2002. The 20th day of the 2nd month, 2002. And, on the 24-hour clock, at two minutes after 8 p.m., harmony. 2002″
- Nick Montfort’s 2002: A Palindrome Story
- Interview with neurologist and novelist Oliver Sacks
- Boring bloggers who think they’ll become famous in a few weeks: Blah, Blah, Blah and Blog (Wired)
- Memories of Space Food Sticks (a dough-like food that came in rods wrapped in paper; about the size of a big thick crayon). (Addendum: Wikipedia)
- British company trademarks hyperlinks
- Blog posts from a dying teenager are revealed as a hoax: Phantom Weblogger: Kaycee Nicole Never Existed (Addendum: Wikipedia)
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