Friday, March 21, 2003

There's more than one way to skin a camel...

Live feed page at MSNBC

The feeds from MSNBC are hopping around about every 20 minutes. Thus, you may not be seeing that night vision SaddamCam feed.

Another reason why the cam may not be visible is that it could be damaged. Some stray Iraqi AAA almost hit it! The crew picked up the camera for a bit a moved it out of harm's way.

Here's the CBS feed, for the moment...

(I'm undoing the embed. I guess that CBS thinks that the war's over! 4/14)

...or click here

Thursday, March 20, 2003

It's the SaddamCam!

MSNBC has been streaming that night-vision equipped camera in Baghdad. When I catch it running, I'll embed the player. Otherwise, I'll have the SkyNews feed running...

Update: I had just proofed the HTML code for this when the AAA started during this last raid. It's being reported that this was another "target of opportunity".

Update: I've switched over to SkyNews from the UK. When MSNBC re-establishes the link to the live cam, I'll put it back on.

Update: OK... so two players at once might be risky. Stop one if you have to!

Wednesday, March 19, 2003


Tuesday, March 18, 2003

It's official: The UN is an irrelevant "talk shop". (To borrow Tony Blair's words.) The UN has refused to live up to its obligations and the US must do the job of disarming Iraq "alone". (Just us and our 45 friends!)

This leaves me with a question that was at the back of my mind as I wrote last Tuesday's post. Perhaps Bush was doing a Br'ar Rabbit all along with the UN. Perhaps the purpose of the negotiations wasn't to give the UN one last chance to redeem itself. Perhaps the aim was to give it one last chance to hang itself. In any event, that's precisely what it did. The UN has proved what many of us have been saying for years. It's a paper tiger with lots of fierce words but no resolve. It's good at producing anti-Israeli or anti-American bluster, but little else. In short, it's a waste of US tax dollars.