Monthly Archives: January 2017

ARM And Intel Go Head To Head In UK

“Scientists have a growing choice of potential computer architectures to choose from, including new 64-bit ARM CPUs, graphics processors, and many-core CPUs from Intel. Choosing the best architecture for an application can be a difficult task, so the new Isambard … Continue reading

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A Little Respect

“Unless Mexico is going to treat the United States fairly, with respect, such a meeting would be fruitless, and I want to go a different route. We have no choice.” See Trump slams Mexico as leader cancels tripTrump’s “newspeak” continues. He’s … Continue reading

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Target Is On Target

“Open source is a core building block for Target’s technology – it’s hugely important. More and more, the technology we use to build software and operate technology is open source. We’re always looking to the open source community more than … Continue reading

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“No. 2 Smith & Wesson Model 29 .44 Magnum revolver.” See Top 10 handguns in the U.S.Strange. I was browsing on stories related to Trumpism and came across a slideshow listing the top ten most popular handguns in USA based on … Continue reading

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Trump Orders Crimes Against Humanity By USA

“President Donald Trump is expected to announce several executive orders Wednesday dealing with visas and refugees, a congressional source told CNN. The orders, which make good on a series of immigration campaign promises Trump made, are expected to include restrictions on … Continue reading

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Trump Works For The Working Class! Oh Wait, He’s Undermining Net-neutrality…

“While expected, the appointment aligns with signs that Trump’s FCC would roll back Obama-era policies — most notably the 2015 Open Internet Order, which set today’s net-neutrality rules. Broadly speaking, those laws regulate the internet as a public utility. More practically, … Continue reading

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Leaving Trump’s “America”

“When people first started talking about Donald Trump running for president, Sarah thought it was a joke and not something she had to take seriously.  But then on 8 November, she says the “unthinkable” happened; Trump won the election.Sarah, who … Continue reading

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Global Warmth Reached Here

“A stretch of mild weather that significantly shrank the city’s monstrous snowbanks and turned roads and sidewalks into a sodden mess also marked the longest January period of above 0 C temperatures since 1873.” See 67 hours above freezing a record … Continue reading

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Charging Ahead

“SOLO Reservation (100% Refundable) Color: Electric Red – Refundable Deposit $250 Wheels: Titanium Silver Seat: Non Heated AC: No Air Conditioning Charger: Portable Turbocord Level 2 ($500)” Well, I made up my mind and did it. I put down a … Continue reading

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Putting Rubber On The Road

“The U.S. dollar is losing ground against major currencies in the wake of President Donald Trump’s inauguration. “President Trump’s inaugural address has been interpreted as a retreat from America’s global leadership role,” said Paul Donovan, global chief economist at UBS Wealth … Continue reading

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Sneak Preview Of Trumpism In Action

“After three centuries, the Lloyds of London will no longer be “of London.” The company is moving its headquarters, its CEO Inga Beale confirmed on Friday. Talking to Bloomberg TV on the sidelines of the World Economic Forum in Davos, Beale … Continue reading

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Trump’s Lies, Damned Lies and Statistics

“President Donald Trump has accused the media of dishonestly reporting the size of the crowd at his inauguration. He said the crowd had reached the Washington monument as he spoke at the US Capitol, despite photographic evidence to the contrary. Later, his … Continue reading

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