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Better Than Trump, The Ultimatium Brand

Donald Trump eat your heart out. The Trump Brand is pretty good, but its “sell-by” date is not infinite. On the other hand, the American chemist Glenn Seaborg and his team at Lawrence Berkeley Lab created a series of “Brands” in the 40’s that will live (literally) forever. As described in this National Geographic blog post by Robert Krulwich, they … Continue reading

If The Devil Is In The Details, Google Will Find Him

For years Google has been performing so many amazing tech feats that we take them for granted. But I saw a new trick yesterday that made my jaw drop. I backup and store all my pictures and documents on Google Drive. One of its best features is the ability to search those on-line documents.  As … Continue reading

Star Ship Putter – My Siren Song

I used to play golf before I retired. I do a lot of things backwards. Today I got an offer for a product that set my geek heart a-pounding. A Blu-Ray Putter, from my friends at Herrington Catalog. The only thing it doesn’t have is a power brick. If it had a power brick I’d … Continue reading

Persuade Yourself For Free on Kindle

Every once in a while I get surprised. Usually when you get something for free, it’s worth what you’ve paid. However in this case Amazon sent a link for a free Kindle book, and a few days ago I was looking for a ‘light’ read so figured ‘what the heck’. Although I’m not ordinarily a … Continue reading

Loose Nukes Need Some DRM

Pakistan has the world’s attention with the threat that one of their Nukes might get into the wrong hands. There’s a concern that they are not properly ‘locked up’ or ‘secured’ like those in the west. It may be time to bring in the really heavy guns. We could recruit the music and movie industry … Continue reading

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