On Saturday, January 5, 2013 at 10:00am to 12:00 noon, Planes of Fame Air Museum hosts its monthly Living History Flying Day. Museum doors open at 9:00am. The theme for January 5 is the “Luftwaffe vs. the 8th Air Force”, featuring the Focke-Wulf Fw 190 reproduction.The presentation is followed by a question and answer period […]
Yesterday, November 29, the Syrian government disconnected the Internet in response to the increasingly violent rebellion in that country. John Quarterman, president of InternetPerils, documents the Syrian Internet outage with real time animation tracking Internet-router nodes from London to Dubai. See Quarterman’s detailed explanation, including comments from opposition.
Thanks to the Concord Diablo Rotary for inviting me to speak to them today during their luncheon meeting at the Crowne Plaza. I got to chat briefly with the audience about the Apple win against Samsung patent violations (Pro). I also discussed Google+ for Business. See an infographic at Chris Brogan’s site. You can also […]
Chris Narney is a Tech Business News writer at ITworld that I follow. His report today is chilling as Former cybersecurity czar Richard Clarke says: Every major U.S. company has been hacked by China. Meanwhile the Anti-Phishing Working Group APWG announces that its April Cybercrime Conference in Prague will begin the boring but much needed […]
Citing tremendous growth and wallowing in cash, Apple (NYSE:AAPL) finds a way to spend $20 billion; announces dividend of and buyback of shares.
Didn’t think so. Gina Smith, writing at John Dvorak’s (El Cerrito) a New Domain explains Google’s new “Unified Privacy” policy. Google is staking its claim to your activity on line to (ahem) serve you better advertisements. See her post on how to clear your furtive YouTube viewing history with links to how to clear your […]
We are all grateful that lemon laws exist even if we never have to use them. There are, however, some grey areas in these laws that make it hard to tell what is actually covered. One of the more commonly questioned topics is problems with air suspension vehicles.Where do the laws stand on these systems? […]
Well, I think they’re improvements, anyways. You probably have noticed the new splash of paint featuring the color palette around a bold California Poppy theme. What better way than for a blog on California Politics to feature the State flower? We are also happy to note Halfway To Concord has achieved Google Page Rank of […]