Paul McDougall

Profile of Paul McDougall

Editor At Large, InformationWeek
News & Commentary Posts: 3695
Paul McDougall is a former editor for InformationWeek.
Articles by Paul McDougall
posted in November 2008

Microsoft Helps Whiny Kids Get Their Xbox 360

It's Microsoft to the rescue for bratty children who've run out of reasons why their parents should pony up cash for an Xbox 360, economic slump be damned. The Xbox Web site will now generate a customized letter "that proves to the gift-giver in your life why you need an Xbox 360 console." I'm going to put it to the test.

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World Of Borecraft: Wrath Of The Lich King

Blizzard Entertainment has thrown the switch on servers that support Wrath of The Lich King, a World of Warcraft expansion pack in which players can traverse new territory filled with a host of never-before-seen enemies. Wake me when it's over.

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Michael Crichton Exposed Greens' Junk Science

Talk about the courage of your convictions. Author Michael Crichton stood up to the Chablis-sipping, let-the-Third-World-eat-cake ecobullies while living right in their midst in Hollywood. Crichton died Tuesday, but his words live on and should be closely read by the incoming president and anyone else who cares about the economy and jobs.

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