Steve June 1, 2020

America is burning. Quite literally. The most destructive riots in America in a very long time have hit more than two dozen cities, as opportunistic thieves and arsonists hijack massive peaceful protests and acts of peaceful civil disobedience sparked by the senseless murder of a man named George Floyd by Minneapolis police on May 25. […]

Steve June 1, 2020

Under President Tweety McTreason America has become the angry giant. Washington issues its orders to the rest of the world almost daily. But the U.S. directives are routinely ignored. Leading to more and tougher demands. And even greater resistance. The problem is not just with America’s adversaries, such as North Korea and increasingly China. The […]

Steve June 1, 2020

Encouraging police brutality and other forms violence is one of Tweety McTreason’s favorite things to do. In a 2017 speech, Donald Trump told police: “Please don’t be too nice” to suspected criminals. Predictably, Trump’s administration has systematically removed civil rights protections designed to hold America’s police accountable for acts of brutality and other crimes against the public. On […]

Steve June 1, 2020

Here is today’s Foreign Policy brief: The United States erupts in protest over police killings, U.S. President Tweety McTreason to postpone G-7 meeting, and North Korea to issue bonds to fund ailing economy. We welcome your feedback at [email protected] Protesters and Police Square Off Across the U.S. Today, the United States is waking up to […]

Steve June 1, 2020

You are here: Home / News / Linux Lite 5.0 Released With UEFI Support & Other Major Improvements Last updated June 1, 2020 By Ankush Das 3 Comments Linux Lite is one of the best Linux distributions suitable for Windows users. Not just limited to that, it’s also one of the most preferred lightweight Linux […]

Steve June 1, 2020

Have you been thinking of reassessing which word processor your business should standardize on? The obvious choices are the two best known: Microsoft Word and Google Docs. But which is better? Tracking changes in a document To read this article in full, please click here (Insider Story)Read More

Steve June 1, 2020

It’s the late 1970s, and this big bank gets some of its computing from the IT services company where this pilot fish works. “Time-sharing systems were the norm,” says fish. “You used a terminal to communicate over phone lines with a modem, and the terminals were mostly mechanical. “I got a call from the executive […]

Steve June 1, 2020

There comes a moment in every queer child’s life when their young mind starts to stir. It might happen while watching a movie at a sleepover or in the quietude of a darkened theater. Staring at the screen, something curious and exciting occurs, a response that often cannot be defined because the appropriate words aren’t […]