Monday, September 18, 2000
By TIM BLAIR and MICHAEL WARE
For Michael Diamond, less practice makes perfect.
Australia's laser-eyed trap shooter becomes bored and
loses focus if he overtrains, so usually restricts his
stints at the range to two a month — far fewer than
most of his Olympic opponents, who tend to train like,
well, Olympians. They blast away at flying clay discs
for days on end. Diamond goes to the beach.
Saturday, February 05, 2000
While Indonesia's new President tours the globe
trying to shore up his country's finances, tension
mounts at home, writes Michael Ware in Jakarta.
Wednesday, January 24, 1996
If the law won't come to the Internet, then it
seems the Internet is coming to the law. MICHAEL WARE
Wednesday, October 22, 1986
By EATON M
As jobs grow harder and harder to find and the Prime
Minister tells us to tighten our belts, the prospect of
finishing school and entering the workforce is a
daunting one to many.