Gongol.com Archives: June 2005
Brian Gongol

Computers and the Internet (6.13.2005)
How Computers Can Make Us More Human
Intriguing review of a book by a man with a cochlear implant

We All Need a Little Humor (6.13.2005)
Hitchens Brothers Sort-Of Reconcile After Four Years
It's not nice to call your brother a Stalinist. But at least they're making up in print.

Iowa (6.13.2005)
Not All Fungi Are Bad
New research shows a beneficial fungus helps plants with nitrogen uptake, which is one of the three major nutrients

Iowa (6.13.2005)
Shifting Wheatfields from Wheat/Fallow to Wheat/Other Productive Crops
Amazing that more than 100 years after the Great Plains were first turned to modern agriculture that we're still not quite sure what's best to grow there

Computers and the Internet (6.13.2005)
Brazilian Hackers Hit Korean Mozilla Site
What, exactly, is the point of attacking a user-based community?

Computers and the Internet (6.13.2005)
Instant Messaging Popular Way to Advertise for Jobs in Hollywood

The American Way (6.13.2005)
Debt Forgiveness: Some Consequences

Computers and the Internet (6.13.2005)
Online-Security Firm Predicts Spyware Will Attach to RSS Soon
Major concern that they'll latch onto RSS feeds from a major service like Blogger, resulting in rapid and extremely widespread infection