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MSNBC: It was time for Junior to go. "Mariners grew sick and tired of Griffey’s constant whining."

WSJ: Redesigning the Internet. Can it be made less vulnerable?

This is what CNN looks like in my browser. This totally unreadable, and no, I'm not going to make all the other sites I visit look bad by increasing the font size. Sometimes a DoS attack comes from within.

USA Today: Top Ads Tickled, Tugged at Heart. "The Chicago widow, a former cosmetologist, stood at a fast-food restaurant counter with cohorts Mildred Lane and Elizabeth Shaw staring at a tiny hamburger on a huge bun. The burger was supposedly made by a Wendy's rival. 'Where's the beef?' Russian-born Peller barked in her foghorn voice."

Michael Benvento posts a proposal for WWW9.

I posted my own proposal, it's just one paragraph.

WSJ: As sites get hit, companies fortify. "In the wake of outages at Yahoo and other big sites throughout Tuesday, the entire Web industry was gripped by fear of becoming the next target. In that climate, any disruption was suspect."

NY Times: The Strength of the Internet Proves to be its Weakness. "Like the sorcerer's apprentice, the programs allow a small group or even an individual to spray a giant firehose of data at one or many targets, inundating a Web site's computers with data."

SJ Merc: It's a Wakeup Call. "The natural order is that there is going to be problems. In order to make something totally foolproof, you would have to make a world that I wouldn't want to live in."

9/3/99: "There are dozens if not hundreds of well capitalized companies trying to nail this one -- to find the formula that makes the web coalesce around a single site. Some have had stunning success but most have struggled to find an audience. I think the smartest business strategy is to embrace the distributed nature of the web, and build businesses that profit from this."