Opine: 2016 New Hampshire Debate

Opine: 2016 New Hampshire Debate

I normally don’t write about individual debates. Some things happened in New Hapmshire, however, which I thought were prophetic, other things telling.

When the candidates came out, Carson and Trump had difficulty hearing the media over the shouts of the crowd, even though the media kept calling them. Even Kasich had trouble. This strange leapfrog of candidates back and forth left Carson and Trump standing together while the other candidates passed by.

I thought many things in the scene seemed prophetic.

I have missed stage instructions myself. So, I understand exactly how this can happen, even with good planning.

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Another Reason I Switched to Open Source

Another Reason I Switched to Open Source

Another Reason I Switched to Open Source

@PacificDT Editorial Blog:

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Encore of Revival: America, October 5 | Symphony

This Week:

Rush’s Monday comments on the Pope fooling people: There is nothing wrong in what the Pope is saying. There could be a danger, however, if people decide that the Pope is “good” or “bad” based on this—if people judge the man rather than the message. Never trust anyone based on their words. Judge the message separately from the messenger. That will provide us with the clarity to discern such the times.

The Desk:

Moving completely to Ubuntu. Proprietary software companies don’t only want to control where you install their software—they want to control what you do with the stuff you make with their software. It includes, pictures, letters, fonts, logos… So, if I use free, open source software, such as SIL or Apache licenses, then there is no problem.  · · · →