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    Dont Touch That Dial - Cronkite Endorses Site for Socially Conscious Press Critics

    On February 7, Jonathan Yardley published a rant in The Washington Post about how the once noble art of press criticism has deteriorated into 'just another variation on the culture of narcissism, celebrity and gossip.' Exhibit A was, of course, the p...

    by Cynthia Cotts on February 15, 2000
  • Fantasy Island - The Fall 2000 Collections


    Fantasy Island - The Fall 2000 Collections

    If fashion is about anything, it's about the power of desire, the impulse that makes you gasp, 'I love that! I want to look like that!' when you see a particular outfit on the subway, or in a magazine, or on a runway. Nothing is staler than tameness ...

    by Lynn Yaeger on February 15, 2000
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    Quiet on the Rent-Law Front - Landlords Take a Pass This Year

    There's a triennial issue in New York lawmaking that creates a certain buzz around City Hall's east wing, where the city council has headquarters. That buzz is created by landlords and their lobbyists coming to cajole councilmembers into chipping awa...

    by J.A. Lobbia on February 15, 2000
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    Drubbed Shrub Hits Back Bro Job Eco Double-Cross Junkyard Dog Breast Cancer Alert A Performer With Insults Drubbed Shrub Hits Back All last week George W. Bush laid such a barrage of mudslinging on John McCain's reform campaign tha...

    by James Ridgeway on February 15, 2000
  • Poster-Boy Perp - How Lester Pearson Became a Permanent Suspect


    Poster-Boy Perp - How Lester Pearson Became a Permanent Suspect

    About three weeks into the manhunt for alleged cop shooter Lester Pearson Jr., two white detectives appeared at his father's home on a quiet block on Bruner Avenue in the Baychester section of the Bronx. That January evening, the Five-O wasn't lookin...

    by Peter Noel on February 15, 2000
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    Homeboy - Lamar Odom Returns for a Garden Party

    Lamar Odom, the latest prodigal son of New York City basketball, is coming home. "I'm really looking forward to playing in the Garden," he said after a recent Clipper practice, talking about next Monday's game between the Knicks and his team, the L.A...

    by Jason Levin on February 15, 2000
  • Token Efforts? - NBA: In League With White Players?


    Token Efforts? - NBA: In League With White Players?

    Does the NBA practice affirmative actionfor white players? Well, sports fans, even as quotas and preferential treatment come under increasing fire throughout American society, a close look at NBA rosters suggests that the league is one realm where r...

    by Andrew Hsiao on February 15, 2000
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    Pssst, Buddy Hey you. Wanna Hall of Famer? Cheap. Real cheap. Last week's Ken Griffey Jr. trade is only the most recent example of a bizarre baseball trend: superstars trading teams for, well, nothing. Since 1995, a virtual All-Star team has bee...

    on February 15, 2000
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    Showtime at the Apollo - Does Bradley Really Want to Lure Black Voters?

    A little more than a week ago, after his regular Sunday service at the Allen A.M.E. church in Queens, Reverend Floyd Flake warmly welcomed Bill Bradley. He said the candidate would make a fine president, but fell deliberately short of giving his end...

    by Jennifer Warren on February 15, 2000
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    Eco Action - Partial Victory for Dissident NYC Sierra Club Group

    A group of New Yorkers ousted from office by the Sierra Club have won a partial legal victory, but their hopes for regaining control of the local arm of one of the nation's most powerful environmental groups remain dim. The bitter wrangle began la...

    by Karen Cook on February 15, 2000
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    Eyes Wide Shut As a high-heels-wearing, late '70's-, '80's-, '90's-, and even, yes, New Millennium-living whatever one may choose to call mefaggot-sissy-punk-same-gender-loving-man-who-loves-men (and women)who listens to, yes, Barbra-Janet-Tupac-...

    on February 15, 2000
  • E-Bombs Away! Protest, Panic, and the Politics of Packet Monkeys


    E-Bombs Away! Protest, Panic, and the Politics of Packet Monkeys

    WASHINGTON"Cyberterrorists" launch an infowar. "Vandals" attack the Web. "Hackers" are on the loose. Anyone who read last week's newspaper headlines got a crash course in media hysteria. It was the Web's first fumble. When hackers slowed service on ...

    by Jason Vest on February 15, 2000
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    Madonna Pal's Problems Persist - Friends Abandon Miami Club Owner

    Sunday's Catholic mass at the Metropolitan Detention Center in Brooklyn has a new member of the flockindicted Miami club owner and suspected mobster Chris Paciello. Paciello hasn't discovered God behind bars like so many prisoners before him, says a...

    by Frank Owen on February 15, 2000
  • Blood Sport - Race Teams Face Off At the Diallo Trial


    Blood Sport - Race Teams Face Off At the Diallo Trial

    Looking around this courtroom, two and a half hours and a $39 Amtrak fare north of New York City, where four white cops are being tried for shooting a black man to death, one thing is clear: Even the black people here don't give a shit about Amadou D...

    by Ted Rall on February 15, 2000
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    Free Radical - Superhacker Kevin Mitnick: Menace to Fear or Rogue to Love?

    Historical revisionism happens quickly these days. But the media rehabilitation of your public persona might seem pretty slow if you were forced to spend the last five years in prison, including two years without a trial. Still, Kevin Mitnick, the po...

    by R.U. Sirius on February 15, 2000
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    I, Mitnick - After a Year in Solitary Confinement, the Worlds Greatest Hacker Has a Lot to Say

    Kevin Mitnick, our nation's most famous hacker, is dressed in black drawstring pants and a 2600 Hacker T-shirt. We're talking a month after his five-year stay in the federal prison system. He was hit with a 25-count indictment charging him with hacki...

    by Gale Holland on February 15, 2000
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    Tracking an Invisible Trail - The FBI Is Clueless. Time for the NSA?

    Look past the FBI's computer "squad" that vows to track down the perps in last week's Web attack and you'll see a classic government turf war. It may be not be openly discussed, but the FBI is probably not the best agency to handle this complex cr...

    by Ward Harkavy on February 15, 2000
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    Securing the Masses - We Got Your Hacker Repellent Right Here

    After last week's attacks, it's clear that if the garrisons of places like Yahoo can be breached, newbies don't stand much of a chance. You can take solace in the fact that individuals are less attractive targets, but everybody who is jumping on the ...

    by Jeff Howe on February 15, 2000
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    Hacking the Future - Why Code Crackers Will Lead the Digital Age

    Let's get our definitions straight. Last week's attacks on dozens of Web sites were not the work of hackers. They were the work of script kiddies, and the difference is everything. Script kiddies download ready-made tools and use them to damage the n...

    by Richard Thieme on February 15, 2000
  • NY Mirror


    NY Mirror

    Kristin A. Bedford (marketing manager, computer network company; fashion designer) Income $50,000 (expected for 2000) Health Insurance covered by employer Rent $792/mo. Utilities included in rent Phone $45/mo. Food $400/mo. Transportation $...

    by Toni Schlesinger on February 8, 2000
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