Leonard: The IPCC (International Panel on Climate Change) reports have very clear recommendations on what we need to do to stabilize our climate. We need to cut emissions 80 to 90 percent, at least for industrialized countries. The Climate Action Partnership is pushing for 60 percent cuts. That’s not rooted in science, it’s just what they want. They just don’t want to hurt their profits.
Auernheimer later sent an email to the U.S. attorney’s office in New Jersey, blaming AT&T for exposing customer data.
And that’s why thousands of people have flocked to websites devoted to the treasure hunt, where they can participate in chat rooms, post questions or responses on forums and together try to track down A Treasure Trove‘s bounty.
All I got to say is that I’m within 100 miles of where this incident happened at and reading this makes my blood boil. Maybe I should drive to Martinsville with my 9mm Glock and some teflon coated armor piercing Black Rhino hollow pointed rounds and do the world a favor by ridding the world of this piece of shit pig . . .
[This article, by Jim MacQuarrie, was originally published on Tuesday. Please leave any comments you may have on the original.]
Naturally, mirror sites have already begun to spring up. Just as the United States is a haven for some forms of political speech, the good money is on nations like South Africa offering to host anti-abortion materials – even if they violate American law.
That’s been good news for TrueAccord. Since it was founded in 2013, the company has been running trials with some of the startup world’s brightest lights, from the payment services startup Stripe to PayPal co-founder Max Levchin’s new short-term lending company, Affirm (Levchin is an investor in TrueAccord). These companies gravitate toward TrueAccord because it approaches this problematic market in a distinctly Silicon Valley way.
Some analysts are pessimistic about whether it can compete with search engines such as Google, which is available in around 90 languages.
Investors will get a better look at Facebook’s business after it reports its results after market close on Wednesday, Nov. 1.
“As I went through the 90s, I can remember learning all the buttons and toys, but thinking computer graphics were so flat and cold and lifeless,” he said. “So I feel like I’m on this mission to create the new Bart Simpson. So I’m just trying to create enough material for someone in Hollywood to say ‘OK, let’s give him tons of money and have him make his shows.'”
Live, from Europe, it’s Xbox: Microsoft said it would roll out its Xbox Live online gaming service in six new western European markets next month as it looks to extend its lead over rival Sony in the nascent sector.
Patricia Titus, chief information security officer for the Transportation Security Administration, is leaving the TSA next month to take a job with Unisys, a Department of Homeland Security and TSA contractor.