In the Mueller Report, released by the Attorney General today (April 18, 2019), Appendix C, in Vol. 1, shows the written questions posed by the Special Prosecutor in November 2018 for the President to answer under oath. Question ii B (from p. C-5 of Vol. 1) elicits an interesting answer (from p. C-18 of Vol. 1). Question and Answer are shown below. Continue reading
Free time is a mark of privilege, rather than an equal right. Instead of chasing an unrealistic concept of meritocracy, we should be striving for equity. –Dries Buytaert from The privilege of free time in Open Source
DrupalCon is underway in Seattle at the moment, prompting me to pay out some of my free time to explore what Dries has been up to lately. His recent essay about diversity and equity may include insights relevant to other fields. Continue reading
My year in books, movies, music, nostalgia, and remorse. Continue reading
Darling, you have truly heard the dog whistles, and your snarling mimicry is superb. Love you!
When I learned (thank you, Dale) that Liquid Sky is now streaming on a service I get, I immediately made time to watch it.
The highest spot in Brooklyn NY is the top of Battle Hill, within the boundaries of Green-Wood Cemetery, but in 1776 it was the site of the Battle of Brooklyn. A history buff may look at this from all sides… Continue reading
Books, movies, albums, concerts, and television series: Five Sets of Five (with links to further information for the curious).
It was the new album by The Beatles, released in the USA on the 2nd day of June in 1967. It was one of the fab four’s most loved and most hated works.
It was not rock music, really, not like its predecessors. Aside from critics, few fans noted how little it rocked.