Month: January 2018

Folding Tablets Are New Cell Phones

January 31, 2018

Later this year two design concepts will converge to create a new category of devices. Always Connected Windows 10 devices will be entering the market which run on ARM chips. ARM chips are the same ones that power smart phones. This is not Windows RT or Mobile but the same Windows 10 that runs on […]

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When Hyper-V Attacks

January 27, 2018

A coworker has an old program that he couldn’t get to run on his computer, so he asked me to help. From the description of the program it sounded like it was probably written with 16-bit code, so I told him about DOSBox. He had never heard of the program; nevertheless, I convinced him to […]

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State of the CRA

January 25, 2018

The CRA has graciously invited me to their annual convention in March; an honor that I must respectfully decline. They will be gathering in once Republican Orange County to considering such weighty topics as: • Battle for Congress—Which seats are at risk • State of our State • Why be activists? • How to engage […]

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Oprah Not Interested

January 25, 2018

Well this didn’t take long. Media mogul Oprah Winfrey has no interest in running for U.S. president in 2020, she said in an interview with InStyle magazine published on Thursday after weeks of speculation and calls to run fueled by a speech she made at the Golden Globes. Oprah says ‘not interested’ in 2020 U.S. […]

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Oprah Winfrey: Savior of the Left?

January 9, 2018

Oprah Winfrey’s name is being floated as the Democrat candidate that can rid the political world of Donald Trump and reestablish the Democrat brand in Washington. Under her leadership, we will get a person much like Hillary but with a reputation of making us feel better about being a second rate people. In the wake […]

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Elk Grove Teacher’s Union Busted

January 8, 2018

Congratulations to the Sith Lord on being vindicated about his claim of illegal electioneering by the Elk Grove teacher’s union back in 2016. Unfortunately, at the time he would not put in writing his claim that the union’s Pac was making illegal campaign contributions. However, the local paper reported that the FPPC has given the […]

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New Year with Teenager

January 4, 2018

The wife and I have decided to do a course correction in the life of our teenager. We have come to the opinion that both his older siblings have holes in their upbringing that we don’t wish to replicate in his life. Our son is not allowed to use electronic devices including computers, phones, and […]

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