This is a followp on last week’s post regarding some interesting new gadgetry from Sony — MYLO. “My Life Online” Youtube has a video demonstration. Have a look for yourselves.
The second followup is regarding the IBM 5150 PC. We posted about it here
Happy Birthday! The PC is 25 years old today.
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George Galloway in rare form, describes the Bush-Blair alliance as being not unlike Clinton-Lewinski
George Galloway: Well, it’s the same kind of relationship that Ms. Lewinsky had with the former U.S. president. It’s dishonorable, disreputable, unequal, and humiliating for a once great country to be the tail of the American dog, when the head of the dog is as crazy as Bush is. It’s very degrading for us. Our foreign ministry knows this very well. Our ambassadors in the Arab countries know this very well. They tell Mr. Blair, though not loud enough, not courageously enough, but he’s not listening to them, because he has this special relationship with George W. Bush, which is not only degrading, but is placing our people in danger. Our interests are being sacrificed as a result, and the name of our country is being dragged through the mud everywhere in the world. We are now the third most hated country on the earth, after the United States and Israel. This is not a place that most British people want to be. transcript from MEMRI TV
more of the useful idiot-marxist-islamist drivel.
If you didn’t know better, you’d swear you were reading Kos…
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Not even the foiled terror plot that heightened security checks at airports nationwide threatens to delay the rollout, the agency said. Any hitches in getting the technology to work properly could add even longer waits to travelers already facing lengthy security lines at airports.
The new U.S. passports will include a chip that contains all the data contained in the paper version – name, birthdate, gender, for example – and can be read by electronic scanners at equipped airports. The State Department says they will speed up going through customs and help enhance border security.
These new passports were demonstrated to be insecure at the recent Black Hat in LasVegas. Two steps forward, one step back.
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