Thursday, June 30, 2011
Kensington Market baker charged in ‘moonshine’ raid - thestar.com: "Ill effects allegedly caused by liquor bought at an unlicensed Kensington Market bakery led Toronto police to a rare “moonshine” raid."
I lived beside this bakery for 8 years - 5 of which were owned by the present larcens. I am surprised the cops didn't trip over bags of percocets and percodans - these guys used to wholesale them in broad daylight...
Book without a name…. | Internet Phone Secrets: "Knowledge can be a dangerous thing. Lack of knowledge can be much more dangerous. Part of the reason that people can get so p—-ed off with their internet phone company is that they don’t know what they are doing. They don’t know what they need, they don’t know the questions to ask, they just hope that it’ll work for them. This book will get you quickly up to speed on all the technology and tips & tricks that you need to know about to get a great setup. It also includes stuff that the marketing departments of every single provider want to obscure, to keep you dependent. Now, I didn’t want to waste your time with a lot of useless details, so I’ve written this book on a strict need-to-know basis (I’ve only included the stuff that you need to know)."
This is about to be a thing of the past - The Book With No Name - It is being approved hopefully on Amazon next week as an eBook and so I am choosing a name...
Will Google+ Become a Refuge for the Facebook Weary? - NYTimes.com
I don't know why but I just don't trust facebook and use it reluctantly, mindful that what I post there could come back to haunt me. I don't have the same apprehension with Google products. It probably doesn't make sense. For some reason they seem to have claimed the moral high-ground at least in my mind. It was probably that movie about Mark Zuckerburg that made me think this.