Your personal data as socks

I’m worried that just as clothes dryers have the knack of making socks disappear, the federal government has discovered a core competency of losing computers – Senator Chuck Grassley, underscoring the not-very-reassuring fact that the U.S. government can’t seem to account for *2,000* of its laptops that are now missing 400 laptops lost by law… Continue reading Your personal data as socks

On overreaching gov’t and the power of the free market

I’m to the left of the political scale, in case you hadn’t guessed, but I do definitely get peeved at the left’s overreaching, too. While I don’t know whether the legislator below (Reed, proposing the anti-cell phone law) is a Democrat, the fact that his law imposes additional regulations on private businesses seems to indicate… Continue reading On overreaching gov’t and the power of the free market

New evidence that the RIAA *IS* Evil

Okay, so those reading my headline here may snicker and exclaim, gee, that’s a really rough target. Next thing you’ll be asserting, Adam, is that San Francisco housing is expensive (whoa!) and McDonald’s stuff is unhealthy (but it’s 100% beef!) and Britney Spears lacks sophisticated vocal talent (she sings?). But wait, hear me out… there’s… Continue reading New evidence that the RIAA *IS* Evil