"The Fog of War"NEW YORK TIMES- In the hour before President Bush's ultimatum to Saddam Hussein expired, cable channels ran ticking clocks on their screens, the same sort of clock that ABC would later use in counting down to the Oscars. There were also the portentous logos: "The Final Hour" and "Zero Hour". After Friday's air assault on Baghdad, television anchors took to promising viewers that there was more "Shock and Awe" to come, and military analysts talked about how new technology had made the Pentagon "more imaginative than it's been in the past" and "more creative". It may be recalled that many television networks, including, ABC, CBS, CNN and Fox, are owned by multimedia corporations well practiced in the manufacture of entertainment.