Well Done All Around.
It sickens me that we must "buy back" our democracy.
Well Done All Around.
as the economy has come back, people have been forced to take jobs further from their homes - wherever they can get one.
with the housing market a mess, they also couldn't easily move closer to work.
when they can sell their houses, and move closer, or there are more jobs closer, we will see an adjustment.
personally, i want to see traffic hell. enough that we bring back light rail as a priority.
its stupid that we do not have lines running down the center of most highways in the country.
i yelled outloud when i heard the name.
then i saw that it is not the dual screen clamshell combination iPad AirBook i was looking for.
some day I will have my dual touch screen system with a display for the keyboard.
but alas. not today.
what -- thats my real last name
The right of the people to be secure in their persons, houses, papers, and effects, against unreasonable searches and seizures, shall not be violated, and no Warrants shall issue, but upon probable cause, supported by Oath or affirmation, and particularly describing the place to be searched, and the persons or things to be seized.
Every time we pass a new law we water down the constitution.
"papers" - is not strictly paper. it is where their data is stored.
"effects" - whatever they have
"houses" - where they store themselves and their stuff.
"persons" - they themselves
what more is needed?
a cul-de-sac of offices with doors facing inwards and an open wide hallway down the center with a common workspace and large conference room style table for teamwork. each dev can go into their offices and close the door for heads down or pair programming. leave it open to passively participate as a group, work at the group table for team exercises.
at the ends of the cul-de-sac place bookshelves, white boards and a video screen for demo/group presentations. use rolling whiteboards, flip charts/postit charts.
add a remote video cam with audio and you can include folks from offsite.
put a conference phone in the center of the table.
idea was that a device could be carried over which a third party could submit information that upon you reaching or researching locations would become aware of that information. essentially a digital billboard. near a movie theater? here: watch previews of the shows and times. near the packie? here: our sale on cognac. near the bridge? here: the number of the Samaritans.
what i did not know was that i only needed to write up the idea and patent it with Out a working physical prototype.
for me, this idea is obvious and a natural evolution of technology and use thereof.
The internet does not replace the journalists aka reporters.
it is merely changing the distribution.
The town crier was replaced by the paper boy but journalism, gathering the facts, reporting on events, has lived on.
it is not the printing press that makes a journalist.
My big wish is that factual reporting would regain its place ABOVE the opinionated offerings seen on places such as FOXnews.