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Getting slashdotted, ruminating on humor, and our friend the arsonist

Dave Taylor on shell scripts, Brad Simanek ruminates on web publishing, and we look at the history of the Hummer Guy - it's the David Lawrence Show for a Wednesday.

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Dave Taylor's new book, Wicked Cool Shell Scripts, was slashdotted (which is pointing to this page and stressing his server), and he talks about what that's like, attachment parenting and his 10 Quick Steps Guide to Learning Unix on Mac OS X; we take your calls at 1-888-488-DAVID, your emails at david@online-today.com and instant messages at screen name Lawrence on America Online on anything you want to talk about.
Hour 2: Brad Simanek ruminates about being the "Brad" in Casual Brad Fridays at Club Rumination, and his new book, Slightly A'Musing is available for David Lawrence Show listeners, and if you let him know that you bought it here, he'll drop two dollar bills into the book when it's delivered to your door; we take your calls at 1-888-488-DAVID, your emails at david@online-today.com and instant messages at screen name Lawrence on America Online on anything you want to talk about.
Hour 3: The sordid childhood and young adulthood of William Cottrell, the alleged Hummer Guy - his past, his absentee parents and his actions leading up to the torching of HumVees here in Southern California; we take your calls at 1-888-488-DAVID, your emails at david@online-today.com and instant messages at screen name Lawrence on America Online on anything you want to talk about.

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