Monday, July 31, 2006

Flashback 2000

"For those who believe , no proof is necessary.
For those who do not believe, no proof is possible."

Stuart Chase

*Note : back in 2000 this phrase was posted on a forum I used to frequent from time to time. I don't know why it is present in my mind today . يا وقي


Safia speaks said...

My favorite quote from him is: "Traditional nationalism cannot survive the fissioning of the atom. One world or none."

khadijateri said...

For some reason the RSS feed to your blog isn't working. I was wondering why no new posts from you had shown up in my feedreader and so I decided to check to see if there was any comments or somethnig. Low and behold you've been blogging away but I haven't been getting the new posts... it will take me a while to catch up! :)

Highlander said...

Hi Safia :) yes he does have some amazing quotes mish hiki ?

Hello Khadija's I have no idea abotu RSS , I have enbaled it since A. Adam told me to do it once , but no idea how it works or what doe it do honestly. Yes you have missed a lot and your input would have been wonderful, though I know you don't like politics much .

removedalready said...

how does the rss work? what's the function by the's a saturday, too lazy to read up about it!

Mitchell said...

RSS is a little like streaming headline news for a blog. It takes a variety of forms, but for me it's integrated into my web browser's bookmarks, so that if I look under the name of a blog, the titles of all the recent posts automatically come up as links I can directly follow. For me, it works for most Blogger blogs but not all (not this one, for example). I don't know why. But RSS is still a new standard and different software implements it in different ways. The problems are often specific to a particular feed-reader.