Of course, a regular google search found even more.
June 2001 Archives
The Toyota Canada Web site, which uses current Internet standards to display information
... - so you freaks using standards compliant browsers can just eff right off! (Luckily, with Opera's "Identify as" feature I was able to use the site. And it works perfectly.)
Big surprise: Mandatory sentences for drug crimes is a bad idea.
Galeon is pretty impressive for a 0.11 release. Very slick; once it supports https, I think it'll be better than mozilla for anyone that doesn't need a mail/news client with their browser.
The murk of Megan's Law: should ten year olds be placed on a sex offender website?
I had no idea Edward Norton was working on the film version of Motherless Brooklyn. Here's hoping it won't suck!
Evolution is very much like Outlook in general appearance and functionality; I wonder if Microsoft will end up suing Ximian for look and feel violations. The mail filters are much better than Outlook's, though.
Those Damn Communists! Everytime you think the Alliance has gone as low as they possibly can, they start digging.
Marketing 'Narnia' Without a Christian Lion (NY Times link; deal) - this is just wrong. I don't know what's worse, plush toys, new novels, or "emphatic assurances that no attempt will be made to correlate the stories to Christian imagery/theology."