Just had a fascinating conversation about how I believe a human could potentially be stored on one of those Superman chips. Give it time...
Points I ponder: Am I the only person who does a celebration dance, and sings "Poop, There It Is!" when my dogs do their thing?
Added bonus for womenz, more stalls for alls!! Let's be real ladies, we're tired of waiting in line to pee.
That way, everyone's privacy is protected and there's no gender issue or stigma. The cost of retrofit cheaper than suit over privacy.
Companies, and govt entities could easily have one bathroom area with shared sinks, and a plethora of stalls w/wall to ceiling dividers...
I keep getting asked about bathrooms...and the law. A sign of the times, I guess. Not sure why everyone up in arms, when solution is easy.
Wondering why reports on the Fort McMurray fire still avoid mentioning the cause. Seems like all those displaced ppl deserve an answer.
A good idea: One town is making the parents of bullies pay a hefty price for the kids’ behavior rare.us/story/one-town…
It's not the workers fault that the time and tides have changed. There has to be a commitment and assurance to re-purpose their skills.
Surprised by missed cues on coal industry. Change in tech/science will inevitably diminish the industry. Can't let that diminish the people.
That patient, @AmericanAir
was my mother, making what we know will be her last trip. So, thanks so much for making her travel unsafe.
In most industries, there's a pretty strong word that describes advertising and selling something you don't have or intend to provide.
All of that transpired after @AmericanAir
delayed the flight and downgraded the disabled passenger's seat because they overbooked.
Worse still, @AmericanAir
's contracted service provider admitted they were aware of the request but didn't try to locate the passenger.
Very disconcerting that @AmericanAir
would not assist an elderly cancer patient on one of their flights after numerous requests.
As a wise friend once said: Hip to the jive, and on to the con.
Dunno why, but this nanner sure looks happy to see me....
Another outstanding talent gone too soon... twitter.com/CBSNews/status…
Irony: Treasury Dept lauding the decision to put a woman on our printed currency now that financial exchanges are mostly digital. :-*
While it clearly is smarter to focus taxpayer funds on other matters, that redirection has been miscast as acceptance to get public buy-in.
Changing legality isn't the same as changing the impact something has on people or society. The former only changes focus of public funds.
For one thing, it's very difficult to avoid the impression that the current movement toward favor is not motivated by the apparent sources.
In other news: I've heard today is National Pot Day. While public consensus may change on that subject, mine will not, for many reasons.
The intersection of passion and purpose is where action can turn to change. #WednesdayWisdom
Finally! He's figured out what to do with what he's done: John Grisham on why his new book is important - and free cbsnews.com/news/john-gris…
Thought for today: Whatever it is you are stuck on, get over it and get on with it - everyone else has.
Follow-up from the 60 Minutes episode: How hackers eavesdropped on a US Congressman using only his phone number arstechnica.com/security/2016/…
In other news... Microsoft's lawsuit, and retail's data-disclosure secrecy problem computerworld.com/article/305689…
And, yes, folks do look at me funny re: the stickies over my cameras, until I show them just a few of the reasons why. :-/
Obviously, the foregoing presents great opportunities for the development of safety products/devices. I've got a few in mind already. ;)
And, I also tell the uber-cautious (like me) to put stickers on your device cameras (both sides), and only remove when you need the camera.
Also, businesses should have policies restricting use of company devices on external wifi, and process for securing devices in meetings.
Businesses, and individuals, may want to consider keeping some of these on hand...
More advice: Never use free wifi; no phones in meetings; turn off wifi and cellular service when not needed; don't store financial info.
I've been advising clients on safety measures for a while. #1: do not keep work, emails, banking info on a device that you use for surfing.
The hack they demonstrate on that excerpt applies equally to any device you attach via wifi. Sadly, that's not the only way in.
Caveat Emptor - No Free Wi! Good info for non-tech savvy: "60 Minutes" shows how easily your phone can be hacked cbsnews.com/videos/60-minu…
There's no other sport with a roller coaster ride that fast. #NationalChampionship
Wow! Villanova earned it tonight. Most consistent.
Thought the game was gone, then they panned to MJ and I knew the game was on. ;)
Things to ponder: A coincidence it follows the Panama doc leak? Which candidate's tax records are lost forever? Good excuse for late filing?
So, looks like fire was in the basement of the IRS. I'm guessing that's where they keep old tax records. My writer's brain is off & running.
Hmm, my sources say something going on outside of IRS building in DC right now... :-/
Either way, I've got to respect him for a well-played hand. ;)
Not sure if Reptile Romeo was trying to use my car's nav system , or if he was just saying it would take a longer ride to get rid of him.
The next day, Abby meanders out on the lanai to visit her lizard friends. Guess who somehow made the journey back to his reluctant harem?
Now, you may ask, is that the same lizard? The answer is yes, had same markings. Pretty sure, he was taunting me. But wait, there's more.
The next day, Abby is greeted by an unexpected visitor, who appeared to be interested in borrowing her car.
Ultimately, Abby is victorious in capturing the brute, and banishes him to spend the rest of his days far from the Lanai. The next day...