Microsoft Gearing Up To Release a Smartwatch of Its Own
They come with a blue dial of death.
Facebook 'Safety Check' Lets Friends Know You're OK After a Major Disaster
I only have two friends. Sob.
Google Fiber To Launch In Austin, Texas In December
I live in Venice 1/4 mile from Google and can't get anything faster than 20 Mbps. My phone gets 20 Mbps.
Sent from my TMC0280.
Google Takes the Fight With Oracle To the Supreme Court
Better off having monkeys decide the issue.
Apocalypse NAO: College Studies the Theological Ramifications of Robotics
Who needs robots when you can buy a blow up satan doll?
Canadian Newspaper Charging $150 License Fee To Publish Excerpts
On free speech and Canadian politics
William Watson,writing in the Ottawa Citizen, [external] argues that Tom Flanagan’s ordeal has been “Orwellian,” except inasmuch as “it wasn’t organized by the state” which rather takes some of the sting out of the term, doesn’t it? We certainly agree that Flanagan didn’t say anything that should instantly torch the career of an academic or a CBC commentator, and that it’s healthier to explain forcefully why he’s wrong than to demand “firing” or “shunning” —but then, if he wasn’t also Tom Flanagan, hard-bitten political strategist, his remarks wouldn’t have caused such a furor in the first place. As for the notion that Flanagan was “surreptitiously videoed” or somehow entrapped, we’re just a bit baffled. The problem is what he said, surely, not why or how we came to learn that he said it.