Web companies shafted by GPL3 I don’t know what is up with the inquirer lately but this series of baseless articles is making me consider no longer reading their stuff anymore.
The Inquirer.net Heh. Let the whining begin. It appears at least for now the U.S. gov’t is going to remain resolute in keeping control of what is ours..:) More details on the whining at Yahoo.com. *Update* There’s a growing thread on dslreports.com as well. The agreement on us remaining in control of our internet is… Read more
The Register Let’s see what happens with this. So far it appears some of the most totalitarian countries in the world are trying to wrest control of the internet away from it’s rightful owners. Of course the only way anyone can get control is if our Gov’t gives it away or hacks the dns servers.… Read more
The Inquirer.net Ok, I’ll make it very very clear..:) America invented the Internet and we funded it from the beginning. It’s ours. If you want control go build your own internet. Enough said.
Well it seems my host did something that broke my permalink structure. I had to reset it back to the way it was and then the blog worked again. With me working I did not notice it until i tried read something here. Sorry about that to anyone who reads this.
WorldNetDaily: Absolutly not. It may be time to get a shotgun here. I like handguns but they are too problematic these days.
WorldNetDaily: What’s sad is that folks allow this to happen. The main tenet of communism is make the people believe they are helpless and can only depend on the gov’t. Well we have seen this in full effect in Katrina’s wake. Guess what Galveston did in 1900? They did not go whining to the gov’t,… Read more
I managed to land a job!!!! I am with a local lawn mowing service. It doesn’t pay much and it hard work but I love doing this type of work..:) The posts could be few for a bit as the bulk of my day is now spoken for..:)
Democrats declare open season on Bush – Hurricane Katrina – MSNBC.com ROFL! They are going to go on the attack. I can’t wait for the next hurdle a Dem president has to face. We’ll watch them meltdown just like the gov’t did this time. Most folks don’t understand the gov’t cannot handle things like this… Read more
FOXNews.com – Politics – Byrd: One day a year? That’s all? This is all you want to “protect” our Constitution with? This smacks of politicing just to raise his job approval and nothing else.
Tropical Depression SIXTEEN Florida’s under the gun again..ick.
MSNBC.com: BPL or broadband over power lines is a unique idea with a serious drawback. BPL severely interferes with HAM radio. Right now HAMS are just about the only communications links in the devasted Guld Coast area. If BPL was online there HAMS would not be able to operate. The fact that the FCC is… Read more
TechEd 2005 – APC Magazine: You haven’t seen anything yet. 2 GIGs of ram(i would bet 4) and more thn 256 megs of ram on the video card(more like 512). DRM rules the day. If you don’t have this monitor with this DRM you can’t watch hi-def. Your computer now rules you..you do not rule… Read more
La Shawn Barber?s Corner: Good Deal! Of course it also takes businesses to stop hiring illegal aliens as well. The rules are already in place for this to be tackled on the busniess side as well. Thoughts Online says Herndon is building this for legal immigrants. Herndon itself refutes this argument. But council members said… Read more
****** Cosmic X ******: Israel is also sending aid. You would never know it by watching our media though.
NewsCom .com: Everyone is focusing on New Orleans. Take a look at this satellite photo of the total destruction of parts of Mississippi. Once you look at the big picture you can see why aid is slow to come. There is simply no infrastructure for the aid to come into and the area of destruction… Read more
SignOnSanDiego.com : A Superior Court judge issued a temporary restraining order yesterday barring the city from transferring the Mount Soledad cross to the federal government under the deal voters overwhelmingly approved in San Diego’s July special election. Judge Patricia Yim Cowett Judge Patricia Yim Cowett’s tentative, 34-page ruling in the case questioned the constitutionality of… Read more
The Intellectual Activist: This is a very thought-provoking essay on the dangers of the welfare state.
Sea Creatures This was awesome to find out. Just image, leaving something alone for a prolonged period and poof look what happened. It seems almost like a Christmas present. I have to wonder what else could be discovered if scientists were a bit more patient with their studies. Maybe that is what a cure for… Read more
T Reuters.com: don’t miss this part..read it very very carefully: “Call it biblical. Call it apocalyptic. Whatever you want to call it, take your pick,” said Robert Lewis, who became marooned by floodwaters in his downtown New Orleans home where he and others had sought to ride out Hurricane Katrina. They chose to ride out… Read more
The Inquirer.net: You know those EULA’s that popup with every bit of software? Better read them(or get your lawyer to) as they are now enforceable. So installing winders means you have no right to the winders software you jsut “bought”..oh wait..licensed(bleh).
La Shawn Barber?s Corner: There is one thing many folks are overlooking. There’s no infrastructure to get the things to folks right now. The helicopters the military is sending in aren’t armed and they cannot risk the massive collateral damage that the cobra attack helicopters would unleash to protect the transport helicopters. The Navy is… Read more
FOXNews.com: Fats Domino chose to ride the storm out and is now missing. Some evacuated. Let’s pray for everyone in New Orleans and the Gulf Coast. *UPDATE* Fats Domino has been found. I can only imagine how many others were washed out to see when the surge pulled back out to sea. They will give… Read more
Techworld.com: Wow. Server 2k3 was suposed to be more secure. Vista is based on 2k3 so is the security really going to be enhanced? Not if MS does not patch their unpatched holes.
WWLTV.com: WOW! New Orleans is such a historic city. Myabe it’s time to consider saving the artifacts and not rebuilding the current New Orleans. Maybe moving to higher ground? An interesting thought.