I understand, President Bush has been accused of embracing Socialism. The Republicans plan to pass a resolution against the President proclaiming this very thing. I sure understand, Bush has not been the poster child of conservative values. Matter of fact, the ironic thing is that the Liberal Democrats have hated him for winning his 2 elections, and his only friends were the Republicans. I would expect Liberal Socialism from Obama, but Socialism from Bush was something that takes us by surprise. Seems Obama is not as much of a change agent as he had proclaimed. Bush would have been better off taking a hard stand in conservatism through his 8 years, than trying to reach across the aisle. It does no good, and you get fried for it. Lesson learned.
Wednesday, December 31, 2008
Friday, December 19, 2008
Finally from CNN, a meteorologist, Chad Myers, says it is Arrogant to think we cause Global Warming. Fantastic video clip, from CNN. I have been saying this for a few years now.
Thursday, December 18, 2008
Majel Barrett Roddenberry died at 76. She was best known for being Nurse Chapel in the Star Trek series. But she was also married to the Star Trek creator Gene Roddenbberry. Majel also did double duty as the voice of the Enterprise computer in The Next Generation TV series.
Monday, December 15, 2008
Saturday Night Live did a skit against the legally blind scandal ridden Liberal Governor of New York, and seems that the Liberals can not take the joke when they get served. Republicans have been taking it on the chin for 8 years, with President Bush attacked almost daily, for his wit or supposed lack of. Finally SNL does a job on a Lib and they whine, whine, whine.
Saturday, December 06, 2008
Yet again, Apple has released a buggy product (From Tidbits.com). This time it is the NEW Macbook Air. The display has horizontal white lines messing the display. Very difficult to actually believe, but confirmed. Seems Apple is stumped and working on this one. I wonder, and have pondered before, just what kind of acceptance testing they do in the labs in Cupertino. Seems they have alot of problems in consistency, and quality - over the last few years. iTunes has been and still is buggy, many iMac updates have clunked and flunked, iPods have had scratchy displays, Mac laptops have had disintegrating surfaces, and too many software bugs have plagued the company since it's popular iPod came to mainstream acceptance. My question, does Apple have enough resources, and are they quality people? Or are they bogged down in too many projects, and under pressure to deliver products too quickly for the holidays? It would seem all to easy to concentrate on core products, and ensure they are quality, prior to feature glut and gee whiz tools. But again Apple has flunked the quality testing.