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  March 2004 - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
ROC presidential election, 2004: The Pan-Blue Coalition drops its demand for another round of voting by members of the military and the police who were put on a heightened state of alert on election day.
ROC presidential election, 2004: The controversial victory of Chen Shui-bian is confirmed by the state electoral commission, with a margin of only 29,518 votes – 0.2% of the total – separating the candidates.
March 11, 2004 Madrid attacks: 10 bombs on Madrid commuter trains kill at least 180 people and wound more than 1400, the largest toll in any bombing in Europe (the 1988 Lockerbie bombing killed more but wounded fewer).
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/March_2004   (5046 words)

 March 10, 2004
►March 9, 2004 - Nigeria seeks Asia polio vaccines - The northern Nigerian state of Kano is seeking polio vaccines from Asian countries to be used in a mass immunisation programme.
►March 9, 2004 - C-sections up mothers’ infection risk - Giving birth naturally is better for the health of both the mother and baby rather than opting for a caesarean section, research indicates.
►March 9, 2004 - Whooping cough cases found in city - Two students at Maple Avenue Middle School have been diagnosed with whooping cough, and an unspecified number of others are being treated with antibiotics after having had contact with one of the students.
www.vaccinationnews.com /DailyNews/2004/March/03_10_04.htm   (3257 words)

 Waxy.org: March 2004
March 26, 2004: The Register and VNUnet both ran new articles about increased skepticism of the Wightmans' continued claims.
April 8, 2004: New Scientist removed the text of the original story, replacing it with a temporary retraction.
June 17, 2004: Andy Pryke, one of the three observers of the Nanniebots demo for New Scientist, wrote up his observations and posted transcripts of the chats.
www.waxy.org /archive/2004/03/index.shtml   (1856 words)

 Flying Chair Archives: March   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
By Phil on March 12, 2004 at 12:24 PM Nancy Kissel made a brief two minute appearance in court again today only for her next her committal hearing to be delayed until 8 April.
By Phil on March 03, 2004 at 12:52 PM I am reliably informed I was a topic of discussion at The Edge in Hollywood Road last night as Jim Thompson, ex-head of the American Chamber of Commerce, was speaking to the Hong Kong Young Entrepreneurs Club.
By Phil on March 02, 2004 at 09:40 AM Well if the truth were known, we already knew the colour of his spots but James Tien, leader of the Liberal Party, made it very clear yesterday that his tongue is indeed firmly buried up the CCP's rectum.
www.flyingchair.net /archive.php?month=2004-03   (2830 words)

 Jihad Watch: March 2004 Archives
In a March 3 report, Kazinform contrasted the Zhakipov case with another HT-related incident in November 2003: "Not long ago in Shymkent, Arysi, and a number of other regions in the southern Kazakhstan Okrug, some 20 HT members were tried.
On March 16, another boy, Abdallah Quran, 11, was caught at the same checkpoint as he was carrying a bomb in a backpack.
On March 2, 2004, the worst terrorist attack in Iraq since the overthrow of Saddam Hussein took place in Karbala as tens of thousands of Shia' mourners gathered at the tomb of the seventh-century Hussein on the anniversary of the murders.
www.jihadwatch.org /archives/2004_03.php   (18823 words)

 Welcome to Voter March
We at Voter March were protesting Bush from Day One when Bush stole the election in November 2000.
The purpose of the motions is twofold: A) To preserve all ballots and voting machines pertaining to the Yost matter for investigation and analysis; and B) To make available for sworn deposition testimony a technician for Triad Systems, the company that produced and maintained many of the voting machines used in the Ohio election.
What happened during the Presidential election of 2004, in Florida, in Ohio, and in a number of other states as well, was worse.
www.votermarch.org   (1568 words)

 Our University - March 2004
Students who are admitted through DAP for fall 2004 will be folded into GTO and offered the same academic support and services to help ensure their successful transfer from community college to UC.
At their March meeting, the UC Regents reviewed the results of an analysis looking at how otherwise similar students of different races and ethnicities were treated in the UC admissions process both before and after the implementation of Proposition 209.
At the March 17 meeting of the Board of Regents, UC officials told the Regents that faculty and staff salaries at UC continue to be a significant concern.
www.universityofcalifornia.edu /news/newsletter/issue12.html   (2351 words)

 Belmont Club: March 2004
The explosive cache "was intended to be used for bombing [shopping] malls and trains in Metropolitan Manila," she said, adding that the four members of the Abu Sayyaf militant group were in government custody.
Second, the events of March 11 and the subsequent election have divided Spain as no other event in recent history and has created all manner of political cracks through which an ill-wind may whistle.
The European left has reacted to news that the suspects in the March 3 Madrid train massacre were Moroccans by blaming the United States, representing it as the vengeance of Al Qaeda which Spain brought on itself for helping America in Iraq.
belmontclub.blogspot.com /2004_03_01_belmontclub_archive.html   (16131 words)

 Netcraft: March 2004 Archives
The RIAA site has been offline since March 17 in an outage that closely tracked a scheduled distributed denial of service (DDoS) attack from computers infected by the MyDoom.F virus.
Unicode may not yet include everything, but all the major families are there, and many of the less common ones will be added soon (even Egyptian hieroglyphs are being worked on).
EV1Servers CEO Robert Marsh says he realizes his company might be "vilified" for signing a licensing agreement with The SCO Group, becoming the first publicly identified company to have paid SCO to settle its disputed legal claims involving Linux.
news.netcraft.com /archives/2004/03   (5171 words)

 Gentoo Linux Newsletter -- March 1st, 2004
Users who want to stay up-to-date for 2004 can purchase a subscription that offers the shipment of each quarterly 2004.x release sent straight to their door.
Italy: Gentoo Pub in Milano on 6 March 2004
If you want to join them, be there at 18:15 hours sharp on Saturday, 6 March 2004.
www.gentoo.org /news/en/gwn/20040301-newsletter.xml   (1057 words)

 Yarn Tomato: March 2004   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Don't miss her beautiful crochet scarf with rose motifs and her elegant crochet coin purse in her Gallery 2004.
How appropriate that there has been such a flurry of crochet blogging activity during March, which is National Crochet Month in the States.
The Crochet Guild of America (CGOA) is celebrating National Crochet Month as well as their 10th anniversary.
www.yarntomato.com /blog/archives/2004_03_01_ytarchive.html   (2081 words)

 Library Stuff   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
March 2nd - Tri-College Library Consortium - Philadelphia
March 16th - 18th - Computers in Libraries - Washington D.C. April 5th - 8th - Texas Library Association - Austin, Texas
March 10 - 12 - Computers in Libraries - Washington D.C. May 11th, 18th, 25th, and June 1st - The Beginners Guide to Weblogs and RSS - Learning Times
www.librarystuff.net /archives/2004_03_01_index.html   (6172 words)

 Netcraft: Web Server Survey Archives
This gain, together with the last month's increase of 2.7 million sites, marks the biggest two-month increase in the history of our survey.
It comes just five months after the survey crossed the 60 million mark in March of this year, another sign that Internet growth is eclipsing even the torrid pace of the dot-com boom.
The first Netcraft survey in August 1995 found 18,957 hosts, with the NCSA web server dominating with 57 percent market share, leading CERN (19%) and a newcomer named Apache (3.5%).
news.netcraft.com /archives/web_server_survey.html   (846 words)

 International Games News March 2004   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
The 2004 Juegos Trasandinos or Trans Andes Games, to be held in Peru this year have been postponed until August 16-21.
The replies from the FGG is that this does not account for emails being sent to special email addresses and aliases, not associated with real people, that Sydney organizers had set up to test and safeguard their list.
On top of all of this, a three-time participant in the games from Germany, Andreas Wellauer, writes in the March edition of The Advocate, that no city on the United States should host the Gay Games based on restrictive immigration requirements related to visas and HIV status.
www.internationalgames.net /march2004.html   (3982 words)

 MovableBlog: Asides: March 2004   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Using the word "broken" to say that you don't like how something works is broken.
Or: "broken" is to 2004 what "funky" was to 2003.
I'm with Matt on this one (design matters, valid code matters), but still, unsubscribing is to 2004 what delinking was to 2003.
movableblog.richarderiksson.com /asides/2004/03   (1368 words)

 Satan's Laundromat: March 2004
Some nice stuff at memorie dal sottosuolo -- I especially like the March 24th entry, and (farther down) the unexpected pairing of March 10th and March 5th.
The walk (details here) is on for this Saturday, March 27th.
There may be some showers in the morning, but the afternoon is supposed to be glorious -- and anyway, even if it's raining in the afternoon, it'll be in the 60s, and it'll be a nice welcome to spring.
www.satanslaundromat.com /sl/archives/2004_03.html   (985 words)

 Spaceweather.com: March 2004 Aurora Gallery   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Summary: Earth encountered a solar wind stream on March 9th, and that sparked auroras for several days.
Two more solar wind streams caused geomagnetic storms on March 12-13 and 18-19.
These are two photos from the March 9th aurora.
science.nasa.gov /spaceweather/aurora/gallery_01mar04.htm   (579 words)

 Calendar - 2004
Su Mo Tu We Th Fr Sa Su Mo Tu We Th Fr Sa Su Mo Tu We Th Fr Sa April 2004
The year 2004 is a leap year, with 366 days in total (Gregorian calendar)
Phases of the moon are calculated using UTC time.
www.timeanddate.com /calendar?year=2004&country=1   (249 words)

 ringtonia.com: March 2004
"The purpose of a phone is a phone," hip-hop impresario Russell Simmons reminded execs in his presentation at CTIA Wireless 2004 on Tuesday, while Motorola's...
A cell phone ring tone vending machine introduced here Monday is the latest example of how major entertainment companies are selling versions of their products...
The American Dance Music Awards 2004 will be held on March 9: Nominee ringtones - monotones and polyphonic - can be downloaded online....
www.textually.org /ringtonia/archives/2004/03/index.htm   (1288 words)

 Monthly Calendar
Printer-friendly format - look at the Printing Help page to get better print results
List of years that use the same calendar as 2004
Customize this calendar - change appearance, period and more
www.timeanddate.com /calendar/monthly.html?year=2004&month=3&country=1   (139 words)

 Tim Blair: March 2004 Archives
Mohammed, 37, who was seized in Rawalpindi, Pakistan, in March last year, stated that he met bin Laden in the Afghan capital Kabul several days after the September 11 attacks.
In the first few hours, the president of the Basque Autonomous Region, the secretary general of the Socialist Party, the general coordinator of the United Left and the secretary general of Catalonia's Esquerra Republicana, among others, did likewise.
• The results from absentee ballots (cast up to March 7 -- four days prior to the terrorist attacks, and which historically lean slightly to the left) give the Popular Party a sweeping ">13-point lead over the Socialist party who finally took the victory (link is in Spanish; nothing found in English).
timblair.spleenville.com /archives/2004_03.php   (12593 words)

 Forwarding Address: OS X: March 2004
But you don't have to read any of that stuff to see what the Well is about, and now I am getting around to the point of this post.
During March, they're running a special offer -- join for $2, check it out for two months, and stay if you like.
It's full of sharp people (double meaning intended -- smart and spiny both) and interesting discussions.
saladwithsteve.com /osx/2004_03_01_archive.html   (897 words)

 Remaindered links for March 2004 (kottke.org)
The distillation of 2004 down into a single page.
The big NYC anti-war march took place one year ago today.
These remaindered links were posted on kottke.org in March 2004.
www.kottke.org /remainder/04/03   (1413 words)

 IT Conversations: Andrew Grumet - March 22, 2004
His latest project is "auto launch" support for BitTorrent in Userland Software's Radio so that large files available using BitTorrent can be downloaded during off-hours by the aggregator just like other files.
I had dinner last night with my friends and college classmates Andy Roberts and Tip Clifton.
This work is licensed under a Creative Commons License.
www.itconversations.com /shows/detail108.html   (226 words)

 Mount Sutro
Please take note that the events depicted in the following story took place recently, are true and while many of the details are a matter of public record the names have been changed in order to protect all parties involved.
Please not that the attached payment instrument must be cashed by May 20, 2004.
It is a pleasure to bring this matter to a satisfactory conclusion and to return value to consumers who purchased CDs while the challenged pricing policies were in effect.
www.mountsutro.org /index.php/2004/03   (3960 words)

 Irregular Orbit: March 2004 Archives
Posted by M.Ace at 08:25 PM, March 24, 2004.
Posted by M.Ace at 02:51 PM, March 20, 2004.
Posted by M.Ace at 10:26 PM, March 13, 2004.
ookworld.com /irorbit/archives/2004_03.html   (224 words)

 The New York Review of Books: Table of Contents, March 11, 2004
Volume 51, Number 4 · March 11, 2004
His forthcoming book on climate change, The Weather Makers, will be published next March.
Alan Hollinghurst was born in 1954 in Gloucestershire, England, and attended Magdalen College, Oxford.
www.nybooks.com /contents/20040311   (901 words)

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