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Boing Boing 12/08/2019 18:51
American actor and singer René Auberjonois, who played early roles in in M*A*S*H and 1979's King Kong and later starred as Star Trek: Deep Space Nine's irascible and gelatinous security chief Odo, . Before his entry into Hollywood, Auberjonois worked in theater, earning a Tony for best lead actor in a musical for his role opposite Katharine Hepburn in "Coco."
Boing Boing 12/08/2019 18:30
Who are these people that have time for a job, social life, and actual healthy meals? With a nutrition segment on seemingly every talk show and entire networks devoted to food, it can sometimes seem like we've never left our mother's house and her constant admonitions to "eat your vegetables!". And okay, she was right. But things were a lot easier when she was feeding them to us. Being an adult requires buying these things, planning your meals for the week so they don't go bad, and (worst of all) actually cooking them. Which is why we turn to takeout, let's face it. But might just be the thing that slowly replaces it - or at least relegates it to the occasional guilty pleasure it should be. We've all heard of those meal deliveries that show
Boing Boing 12/08/2019 12:00
consistently excellent newsletter for Bloomberg is called Money Stuff, and is typically focused on white collar crime and crime-adjacent behavior. looks at the New York Times' article on on the possible existence of Epstein-related incriminating videos, and attempts to explain why the story doesn't actually allege criminal behavior by the lawyers involved:. It’s “a long way from extortion” in the technical sense that they were lawyers and knew the proper incantations to utter to make it not extortion. It’s not a long way from extortion in the sense that they were planning to go to rich men and say “we have compromising videos of you and we will publish them unless you pay us money.” But the incantations make all the difference! Monday's news.
Boing Boing 12/08/2019 11:16
Today, 800,000 Hong Kongers marched through the city in a demonstration commemorating their six months of protests. Thanks to in last month's election, today's march had an official police permit -- the first such permit issued since August. The protest was organized by the nonviolent umbrella group The Civil Human Rights Front (slogan: "You Can't Kill Us All"), and in online forums, protesters were promising direct action tomorrow if the Beijing-loyal administrator Carrie Lam does not respond to it. "No matter how we express our views, through peacefully marching, through civilised elections, the government won't listen," said a 50-year-old protester, who gave his surname Wong. "It only follows orders from the Chinese Communist Party.". "I
Boing Boing 12/08/2019 10:38
Kentucky's Peoples Rural Telephone Cooperative came out of a local electrification co-op set up during the New Deal, and in 1949 it was expanded into a telephone co-op with more federal infrastructure money. Today, the PRTC has used Obama FCC funding to expand into public broadband delivery, wiring up all of Jackson and Owsley Counties, some of the poorest places in America, using a mule called "Old Bub" to haul fiber through inaccessible mountain passes and other extremely isolated places. Fiber buildout has created an economic miracle for the people served by the PRTC; working with the nonprofit Teleworks USA (which trains people for remote work, especially tech support and customer service), the coop has created high-paying, sustainable
Boing Boing 12/08/2019 09:00
Every Christmas list has names you dread buying for. But hold up: Before you wave the white flag and get them yet another gift card, scroll down a few. We've got 15 items that run the gamut from stylish old-school lighters to cutting-edge audio tech, enough variety to please any Scrooge. And the best part? You can take an extra 20% off the final price by entering the online code GREENMONDAY20 . Quality audio doesn't have to involve wall-high speakers or even any wires. This desktop speaker set includes a 4" woofer and 2.75" mid-range for a crisp, balanced sound, and the 4.0 Bluetooth connectivity picks up signals from more than 30 feet away. MSRP: $129.99. Sale Price: $60. Price with GREENMONDAY20 code: $48. DJs and producers have been swearin.
Boing Boing 12/08/2019 07:00
I had hoped , Campo Santo's follow up to Firewatch, was going to adapt some of the magic of the Indiana Jones and Brendan Fraser Mummy films, and add a modern sensibility. The trailer looked promising:. From the team that brought you Firewatch, In the Valley of Gods is a sprawling narrative experience in remote, 1920s Egypt. You are Rashida, a disgraced former explorer and filmmaker given one last shot at the adventurous life you desperately miss. Somewhere, beyond the endless miles of dunes, ruins, and tombs lies an incredible archaeological discovery—but it can't be found without the help of Zora, the former partner you vowed never to work with again. Gameplay. A thrilling adventure in first person. Navigate and rebuild a relationship with y.
Boing Boing 12/07/2019 18:30
We’re living in the age of Big Data. As the driving force behind everything from Google’s famed algorithms to self-driving cars, massive sets of complex data can be found at the heart of some of today’s most exciting and important technologies. The will give you the skills and tools you need to thrive in this high-paying field, and it’s currently available for just $21. This extensive training bundle features six courses that will teach you how to work with a variety of go-to database management systems and platforms. You’ll learn how to gather, store, and analyze huge sets of data by using systems like SQLite, how to install and maintain a wide variety of server infrastructures, how to build customized programs using languages like Python,
Boing Boing 12/07/2019 15:50
T Greg Doucette is the lawyer who on the University of North Carolina's $2.5m handout to the white nationalist group the Sons of Confederate Veterans, then found and published in the form of a "victory letter" written by the SOCV's "commander" Kevin Stone, which Stone and the SOCV used a fraudulent DMCA notice to . Now Doucette, acting through his lawyer Marc Randazza () has , demanding that they turn the $2.5m into a scholarship fund for African-American students or he will sue them for abusing the DMCA. Randazza -- a First Amendment litigator -- has represented various Nazi and white nationalist groups before and Doucette told Indyweek that he expects the fact that Randazza is representing him will is "going to trigger infighting" among t.
Boing Boing 12/07/2019 11:21
Connor Krukosky's lifelong hobby was collecting and refurbishing superannuated computing equipment, which is surprisingly cheap provided you have a lot of space -- Krukosky scored things like keypunch machines for a mere $7 (though he had to drive 1,000 miles roundtrip to get it home). In 2016, Krukosky, then 18, bought a 1,500lb IBM z890 mainframe from a university and brought it home (it took two trips, one with a trailer), and then got it into his basement (with help from his dad, who used a rototiller to excavate a larger basement entrance!).
Boing Boing 12/07/2019 11:00
The Ramones were never a happy family. They never gave much of a crap for the political idealism that would come to be associated with the sound that they defined, either. This is especially of guitarist Johnny Ramone, a notorious conservative who celebrated the bands' induction into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame by declaring, ".". That was in 2002, but frankly, no one was surprised. Because the Ramones had already been singing about Johnny's brand of conservatism for more than 20 years at that point. Joey Ramone wrote the lyrics to "" after his then-girlfriend, Linda Daniele, cheated on him with Johnny. This is relevant not only because of my personal passion for weird underground rock trivia. But also because Linda Daniele went on to marry
Boing Boing 12/07/2019 10:40
SCAN (Scientific Content Analysis) is a lie-detecting method invented by Avinoam Sapir, a former Israeli spook turned polygraph examiner that involves picking out small textual details from writing samples to determine when someone is lying. Sapir has used his method to determine the veracity of the Book of Genesis, and to conclude that Anita Hill might be a secret lesbian and that James Comey was likely sexually assaulted as a child. SCAN has no empirical support, and is so outlandish that it has hardly been studied by third parties at all. However, each time it was studied, it was found to perform no better than chance. For example, an Obama-era deep dive into investigation methods, the High-Value Detainee Interrogation Group, which drew
Boing Boing 12/07/2019 10:00
Oh look. A bunch of American police cadets giving a Nazi salute. Whom ever could have seen this coming? From the :. Several West Virginia state employees have been suspended after a photo emerged depicting a training class of roughly 30 correctional officers performing a Nazi salute. Department of Military Affairs and Public Safety Director Jeff Sandy sent a letter to all employees Wednesday describing the photo as “distasteful, hurtful, disturbing, highly insensitive, and completely inappropriate.”The photo, on state letterhead, shows almost all of Basic Training Class No. 18 displaying the Nazi salute. Text above the photo reads: “HAIL BYRD!” [a reference to the trainees' instructor]. This reminds me of something. It almost makes me feel a.
Boing Boing 12/07/2019 09:00
So you missed Black Friday and Cyber Monday? Well, there's one more holiday milestone coming up: Green Monday, on Dec. 16. It's one of the busiest online shopping days for the simple reason that it will be 10 days before Christmas, which is when last-minute shoppers start to stress. Our advice? Don't wait for that panic to set in. Here are 15 gift deals that are already on discount, and you can take an extra 20% off any of them today by using the online code GREENMONDAY20 . Got an audiophile on your list who wants to cut the cord? These comfortable headphones pack a microphone for calling and 17 hours of battery life. MSRP: $59.99. Sale Price: $34.99. Price with GREENMONDAY20 online code: $27.99. Take the guesswork out of decorating with this

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