|At Virtualpath.com, we love our bunnies. During Y2000, we
sponsored Onyx Bun in his "Demand Something Better" campaign to protest the
snob Ivy League trash offered as candidates by the major U.S. political
parties. It's clear that the two-party system is crippled, and it should be
painfully obvious, after both parties made a mockery of U.S. presidential
elections, that serious reforms are needed.
Onyx Bun, with 51,000 loyal
followers during the past year, will continue offering sage, political insights
after the new administration takes charge, just to help our leaders run the
country properly. Onyx may return for the next elections, so the Democrats and
Republicans had better start cleaning up their act right
During September of 2002, our beloved mascot
and beautiful rex bunny, Phyll, suffered a terrible stroke. (Phyll is the
"President" of Virtualpath.com and the model for our "Watching Carefully"
banner on Virtualpath's home page.) Phyll nearly died from the confusion, fear
and injury of the stroke. It was ultimately love that allowed her to pull
through. Phyll has learned to operate with her injury, enjoys snuggling every
day, and she's now active and happy. Every day that we can still play with this
beautiful creature and enjoy her company is another gift. It is understood that
none of us really have much time, in our short lives, even under the best of
circumstances. Without enough time to love, how then can anyone waste precious
time on strife or hate?
ravaged much of our world. The United States, U.K. and allies attacked Iraq,
and previously Afghanistan. Meanwhile, freedom for U.S. and U.K. citizens was
being flushed in exchange for a new, oppressive surveillance society, justified
as necessary for the fight against terrorism.
Virtualpath.com's domain moved to a new server during December,
2003. This advanced system was greatly
Virtualpath.com thanks its visitors, and those who offer
comments in particular. We wish, for all peoples of the world, economic and
individual freedom, and happiness.
|Virtualpath.com is an "old" domain, born
from pioneers of the Internet. Virtual Path Graphics maintains Virtualpath.com
as our own often-neglected play site, and our server equipment as a development
test site for other commercial websites created and maintained by us. When we
have a chance to play with our own site, we enjoy presenting contemporary
issues in our own, satirical way.
Tag Bunny, our
webmaster, has been pounding on computer keyboards since 1969 when keyboards
were Teletype terminals connected to timesharing
We will be happy to
answer questions regarding computer and Internet history. Use our Contact Us
page for queries.
| Plotting and
Planning for the Future:
Internet provides a means for Americans and other people, who live in free
societies with free information, to reach their elected leaders easily and
effectively. In spite of the inevitable parasites that lurk everywhere to prey
off the unwary, Arpanet's (now the Internet's) original purpose to provide for
the free exchange of information and ideas, desperately needs full First
Amendment protection to remain free.
Most of our readers are aware of our effort
to preserve privacy and freedom of information, and the ruses including panic
that governments use to propagate their own powers over people and information.
This effort, which includes the abuse of information about
people, will become one of the most important issues of the new century. With
profiling, DNA information, buying habits and snooping of private
communications, the issue is already a terrible one with battles on many
fronts. Does anyone really imagine that DNA information for individuals, for
instance, will not be abused by governments, insurance companies and
This century will bring new science, new values, new technology
and problems to the world. Virtualpath.com will share all of this with our
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