The Toronto Sun has reported that RCMP Chief Supt. Alphonse McNeil has been recommended for the Governor General’s Officer of the Order of Merit award, specifically for his work on the G20. That’s right, the G20 where over a thousand people were arrested, none convicted, even though at least one is still in prison (and […]
Now we are seeing it in Egypt, where when looters attacked a museum, they were found to be police officers, and the citizens of Cairo had to protect the museum from the police.
Microsoft has filed their most recent 10Q with the Securities and Exchange Commission, you can read it here. Due to a variety of things happening, I’m running a bit behind on the spreadsheet with the numbers, however there’s a couple of things that are easily noticeable. Revenue is up 4.7% over three months, which is […]
I don’t think that the Government realizes exactly how much trouble the recent Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission decision is going to cause. I don’t think that the CRTC understood what they were doing. And I don’t think that Bell and Rogers realize how badly this is going to backfire on them.
Interesting morning. It appears that I’ve struck a nerve. My article The Provenance of Florian Müller has upset Florian Müller.
I’m a cynical old bastard at the best of times, so Prime Minister Harper’s recent announcement that: Canada will use all tools at its disposal to co-operate with the international community in dealing with members of the former regime. They are not welcome, let me be very clear, we do not welcome them in our […]
Florian Müller (the English spelling of Müller is Mueller) has a problem. He has no provenance.
Libre Office 3.3 Final is now ready for download. This is fantastic news, and will drive innovation in the Office Suite segment in a way that Open Office never could. If I were Microsoft, I’d be terrified. PJ has a fantastic comment on Microsoft Florian, apparently she is thinking along the same lines that I […]
I love reading the more creative spam. Some of it’s absolutely hilarious. A long time ago, when UseNet was more active, I used to take part in a NewsGroup dedicated to making fun of spam, and spammers. We put together some truly funny stuff. My favorite wasn’t actually spam – a researcher who was doing […]
I’d started putting this idea together months ago, but between not feeling all that well, things got delayed, so today, Monday January 24th, 2011, is the official opening date of Police State Watch.