Please don’t feel sorry for us. Given the post-9/11 climate, a Muslim woman who chooses to wear her hijab and participate fully in society has courage. Despite prevalent negative attitudes, she is secure in the knowledge that God strengthens those who seek divine help. And isn’t a confident woman an excellent asset for our society?
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Mark Pilgrim: The tag soup of a new generation. Mark spouts off on something which I have been thinking about for a while now. How will people who can barely handle HTML make proper use of XML, and all the restrictions which accompany it? Many HTML document authors barely adhere to a proper … Read more
The Pew Research Center for the People & the Press released the results of its What the World Thinks in 2002 survey early this month, and it contains some interesting news for Canadians, … Read more
Without fanfare I upgraded my RSS feed to RSS 2.0 last week. Admittedly my simple feed was already compliant to 2.0, and all I really added was a to each item via the Dublin Core Metadata Element Set, which I later removed. I have since downgraded back to Read more
I just don’t want to ruin it by making it a Hollywood thing, like an orchid heist movie or something, changing the orchids into poppies and turning it into a movie about drug running. Why can’t there be a movie simply about flowers? It’s like I don’t want to cram in sex or guns or … Read more