Daily Archives: July 1, 2012

Ars Technica Reaches New Low In Journalism: why thin client desktops must die, based on experience from 1990…

I hate biased reportage like this one. The guy writes that thin clients must die and he starts by discussing 386s in the 1990s used as terminal servers at 10 megabits/s and software not designed to be multi-user, WordPerfect. “Admittedly, … Continue reading

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Google and Firearms, Ammunition and Accessories

Apparently the “suits” (OK, so they dress casually…) at Google have decided “weapons” is the same as firearms and ammunition. It’s not. I shoot holes in paper and feed my family with firearms and ammunition. I don’t have any weapons…“1. … Continue reading

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