Monthly Archives: April 2017

Mary Jane Goes Crazy

“On Thursday, the Canadian government under Prime Minister Justin Trudeau unveiled its plans to legalize recreational marijuana.Canadian PM Justin Trudeau endorsed marijuana legalization during his campaign. Canadian PM Justin Trudeau endorsed marijuana legalization during his campaign.If the Cannabis Act passes Parliament, … Continue reading

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Sessions: We’ll Do Forensics Without All That Science Stuff

“Attorney General Jeff Sessions will end a Justice Department partnership with independent scientists to raise forensic science standards and has suspended an expanded review of FBI testimony across several techniques that have come under question, saying a new strategy will … Continue reading

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Not In PEI, You Say? Pity!

According to The Native Plants Database, Canada has Rosa acicularis everywhere except in Prince Edward Island. Surely, that can’t be right. Even the “Newfies” have them. PEI has Anne of Green Gables, I suppose. Perhaps that’s a compensation. I found … Continue reading

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Diss United

I hate a lot. I hate M$, BillG, Intel, That Other OS, things that don’t work, stuff like that. Today, I saw how United Airlines treats passengers and operates more like a criminal gang than a proper business. I don’t … Continue reading

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Trump Dipping Toe In Syria

I was heartened Trump activate one of Obama’s old plans for inaction in Syria by hammering one of Assad’s airbases. I think that’s the right idea. Whether proper maintenance of this mindset persists is another matter. The attack on the … Continue reading

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My Smartphone And Me

I went for a walk with my new smartphone today. It was our very first one. Yesterday, I picked it up at the post office, charged and played with it indoors. The display is much larger. The adaptive brightness even … Continue reading

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RK 3399 And Linux

“This patch add basic node for the board and make it able to bringup. Peripheral works:- usb hub which connect to ehci controller;- UART2 debug- eMMC- PCIe Not work:- USB 3.0 HOST, type-C port- sdio, sd-card” See Linux-Kernel Archive: [PATCH v2 1/2] arm64: … Continue reading

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Trump As Kamikaze

“When you get on the airplane, you better be rooting for the success of the pilot” See Jamie Dimon on Trump: On a plane, you root for the pilotTrump’s reckless behaviour, poor choice of people, outright lying, and constantly changing course … Continue reading

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The Sad Case Of The Linux Foundation

“Tom King and I collared Jim Zemlin and I made mention to him that there was little to catch the Desktop user’s attention or interest within the gathering’s program and scheduling for the duration of the summit. Zemlin stood in … Continue reading

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