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Tag Archives: communications
You need to understand this: The modern journalist is the new Secret Police. Insofar as you would expect a police state regime in the USA, the primary threat to your sanity and safety is the mainstream media. In popular terms, … Continue reading
I’m not much for selfies, but this one amused me. I caught myself in the reflection of our defunct Sears store window. It’s demise was not simply a bad business plan. Lots of currently operating stores are run even worse … Continue reading
I gave up on the Sonim XP3. It’s not ready for prime time; the added interface stuff that Sonim coded was just too buggy. I took it back to Sprint and got a refund. Since no other flip phone available … Continue reading
This is not a review, just sharing my experience. We bought this thing (Sonim XP3, AKA XP3800) yesterday and it is quite a different device from any previous flip phone I’ve had. The first thing you’ll notice is that the … Continue reading
My ISP is Cox Communications. Their big ticket is cable TV, but I generally hate TV and our air reception is fine where we live. A while back I wrote a letter to corporate and begged them to stop harassing … Continue reading
Today is my 63rd birthday. Sometime later this morning I’ll ride my bike down to the park and engage in a fairly hard workout. Later today I’ll probably go to one of my favorite restaurants and order a plate of … Continue reading
My life is not amenable to smart phones. If I carry it where I can’t lose it, then I also can’t hear it. If I carry where I can hear it, I am likely to lose it. Today I lost … Continue reading