Really a no brainer. By the time we recognize and deal with the problem we will have a lost generation.
I think we are heading toward the final scenario, good for corporate America, bad for everyone else.
Treat everything you read on the internet as if the date is April 1st.
Unfortunate but totally predictable. Too bad they aren’t a developer with deep pockets, the city would have gladly funded them.
A short video.
The U.S. is making an effort to end the longest oil spill in history. And this company is fighting against it in court.
1.5 to 3.5 million gallons a day for 14 years. WTF? The effort is feeble at best.
The first person to click here can have my courtesy March access to the Washington Post.
This is precisely what Aldo Leopold predicted would happen. F@#$^ awesome that it is starting with Lake Erie! You go, Toledo!
I’ve been a Firefox user since before it became Firefox. It was called Phoenix back in the day, if I recall correctly it became Firefox with the .7 release.
I migrated to Firefox because browser monoculture was stifling the web, development had stalled. Firefox was the beginning of the end of Internet Explorer and Microsoft’s monopoly, it was the first sign of the return of a healthy ecosystem.
Again we stand at the brink…this time it is Chrome and its derivatives creating the monoculture death of progress.
It is not too late to turn things around, but inertia is strong and most folks are too ignorant to know they should care. We get what we deserve, and unfortunately, we are a pretty undeserving lot.
Judge: Prosecutors’ deal with Jeffrey Epstein in molestation case violated law, misled victims
This is Epstein of the “Lolita Express” fame. This case is about teen sex trafficking, something both Trump and Bill Clinton took part in. There isn’t much that Clinton and Trump agree on, but they seem to have reached common ground on teen rape.