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NEW YORK (Reuters) – The United States lags dangerously behind al Qaeda and other enemies in getting out information in the digital media age and must update its old-fashioned methods, Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld said on Friday.
Modernization is crucial to winning the hearts and minds of Muslims worldwide who are bombarded with negative images of the West, Rumsfeld told the Council on Foreign Relations.
The Pentagon chief said today’s weapons of war included e-mail, Blackberries, instant messaging, digital cameras and Web logs, or blogs.
E-mail? More accounts than I can remember.
Blackberries? I’ve got a Sidekick, close enough.
Instant messaging? Four accounts – oh yeah, and I set up the IM server at work.
Digital cameras? Three if you count the cameraphone, two otherwise.
Who knew I was such a warmonger?
“[T]he administration, I think, has said to the American people that it is a generational commitment to Iraq.”
I’ve been on the Internet for eight and a half years. Not long compared to some people, but long enough to have seen a lot of really, really confusing things. Things in every category about every topic imaginable.
Today, I have had to re-adjust my logic meter, because obviously there is a new zero point.
Adam Curry – yes, the ex-MTV VJ Adam Curry – is taking a stand in the RSS/n-echo war. To quote Homer Simpson, a freaky stand. Let’s dissect this.