Notice to every service that tries to force me, as a paying customer, to allow you collect my data and do whatever the hell you feel like doing with it: Screw you! I will drop you like a hot potato!!
Today we traveled from ATL through Seattle, Washington, to Juneau, Alaska. When landing in Juneau, the runways are situated between gorgeous and jagged mountains on both sides. The cab driver was a friendly fellow, Ken. He drove a minivan and suggested, since we were all going to the same hotel, we load up 5 […]
Pablo Eisenberg, senior fellow at the Georgetown Center for Public and Nonprofit Leadership, calls Franklin Graham’s salary “outrageous” and states Graham is excessively (2x) overpaid compared to other similar international non-profit relief organizations. “It’s a moral issue, particularly for a man of faith.”
Since most people don’t keep their car for 10 years, they are paying taxes for a vehicle they no longer own. High marks for clever. Very clever! I call this theft, not taxation. At best one would call it a hefty tax increase.
Once upon a time people had common sense. They knew better than to ingest plastic. Plastic, after all, has no nutritional value. But, sadly, those days are gone.
The minute those gay people can get married, people will be marrying their lawnmowers! See! It happened! (Or did it?)
I have grown immensely frustrated with Apple’s regression to the mean user, lowest common denominator processor, and inattention to those “power users” who have stood by their product line when it wasn’t cool, who grew to depend on “it just works.” Apple needs to refocus, slow down, and issue software that is truly intuitive and […]
Too often we just don’t have the time, the attention span, nor have we cultivated the required expertise to listen for artistic, delicate, nuanced beauty. It never registers in our over-driven lifestyles.
For your reading and watching pleasure I’ve selected 3 articles from one of my favorite RSS feeds that I suspect most people will find of interest. The articles focuses on GA laws and on smartphones. Enjoy!
My love of many TED talks has never been a secret. This talk by Kathryn Schultz, staff writer for the New Yorker and the author of “Being Wrong: Adventures in the Margin of Error,” in no exception.