In the meantime, if you've landed here looking for what I've written about Richard Warman, Bernard Klatt, and the Cools post, there's a lot to read. The more important posts, which summarize many of the others, are the following:
- "Why there is room for doubt that Richard Warman wrote the Cools post", which points out that the IP that Warman and 90sAREover shared was a web-caching proxy that during this period will have been shared by hundreds of thousands if not millions of Rogers customers;
- "Load-balancing in action: did Richard Warman and 90sAREover really have the same IP?", where I demonstrate that it is not completely clear that 90sAREover and Warman did in fact have the same IP;
- "One of these things is not like the others: why Richard Warman is innocent", where I point out that the computer used to write the Cools post was different from the one Warman was using when he visited these sites;
- "Klatt's Clunkers: why Bernard Klatt should be disbelieved, which lists posts in which I demonstrate deficiencies in Bernard Klatt's testimony about this matter;
- Revisiting the lucy-90sAREover identification, where I consider each element of the Cools case.
- Blog about others as you'd have them blog about you.