Daily Archives: August 3, 2010

LAX Bleg

I have to go to Los Angeles (Torrance, specifically) for a quick but necessary court appearance next Thursday. Because I don’t know how long the appearance will take, I will schedule my departure for late Thursday afternoon, so I might … Continue reading

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We need this for Seattle

Finally, a light rail that I won’t have to listen to people whine about how it’s destroying homes & neighborhoods.  It can just run along the highways. Of course, knowing drivers out here, some idiot would fail to look behind … Continue reading

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Actually this is about sensors

The importance of robots outside of the UAV context are immense in large part because the Baby Boom generation does not have sufficient children to see us off to our reward; we are going to slide into dementia and be … Continue reading

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RNS Quote of the Day: 08/03/10

This is the only reason, that I can think of, as to why the Democratic Party is so popular One of the annoying things about believing in free will and individual responsibility is the difficulty of finding somebody to blame … Continue reading

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Wikileaks editor detained

Actually, nothing unusual here, the guy works with Wikileaks & Tor, two thorns in the side of any government, so getting harassed by government agents is nothing new, but his statements at the end provide a little food for thought.

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First Rangle

Now Maxine.  Two of my least favorite Democratic Lawmakers on the hot seat.  Not that I expect Congress to actually, you know, punish these two, but it’s nice to see them getting grilled.

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Vigilant

In the US, it is perfectly legal for a private citizen or company to gather information of a crime & turn that information over to the police.  The private party can not break any laws while gathering said info, but … Continue reading

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