I fail to see how the contents of my nearly-abandoned blog are relevant to this discussion.
Unless you intended to respond with an ad hominem attack instead of actually debating, that is.
Because not everyone who is charged with a crime is actually guilty, and (at least in theory) we generally feel that it's better to let 100 guilty parties go free than convict a single innocent person.
Keep the assets stored off the computer, in a safe place and no risk of government seisure.
Yeah, like cash that is stored outside of a bank, in a safe place, has no risk of government seizure...
Funny, because I can think of several good uses for tech like Glass. If you can't, you need to think outside the box.
That's not what Glass is, though. If you think it is, you need to do some more research.
Glass is very much tech - it may not be, at this moment, the revolutionary tech that some people think it is, but it's tech.
For example, Glass (or tech like it, I understand people's hesitation for such a product from Google) has the potential to remove doubt from situations that are "he said, she said", by being an impartial observer. If everyone was wearing HMDs with cameras, maybe people might think twice about being assholes, knowing that they might get called out on it. It wouldn't be some kind of tech panacea - nothing ever will be, IMO - but it has legitimate uses.
Remember kids, technology isn't good or bad, it's what people do with it.
So many Luddites on a technology-centered site.
You actually linked two images from a page supporting my claim, on pagetable.com.
I'm pretty sure I read somewhere that they have a lot of stuff that isn't publicly available on their website for one reason or another. Don't have a citation though.
It fully explains it. Someone bought up the domain that you were hosted on previously, added a blanket disallow in robots.txt, and suddenly all your old stuff is gone.
IDoser doesn't count.