Back to BASIC for the Beagle Boys...
I am now typing this on my ZX81.
Meanwhile back at the hideout Megabyte Beagle looks up from his orange iMac screen:
"Hey 176-761, this guy must have a tape deck!"
Admit One - just the ticket...
...Back in the day (the '70s) we had Gay Liberation
badges at Resistance Bookshop (Chch) saying
"How dare you assume I'm Heterosexual!"
or words to that effect...
The Press letters column continues to be polarised on the Middleton Grunge sacking event...
one can hear duelling banjos on the Easterly...
but if I have the SLIGHTEST problem
two word solution - gaffer tape!
(there's even a clear one now!)
topsy turvy... bunnies with scurvy!
Most forms of commerce are pyramid schemes of one sort or another. It's not the form, but human nature..
...it relies on endless growth in a finite environment. This is impossible, but society in general is happy to live in a state of self-deception about it, or at least tacitly says to itself, "Well, let's just ride this out as long as we can then"....
what they said... this delusion continues as long as economists and planners think the planet and its resources are a subset of the economy/money rather than the other way round...
I've also never had quite such an experience of feeling I have to justify a purchase with my own money. Oh well.
Hopefully you'll at least be able to claim some of
the cost as a business expense and offset the GST (if yer registered for that)...
I'm still struggling to see the connection between large profit margins and exploiting labor.
I have trouble with the disconnect from reality
- take Tony Hayward being shifted sideways at BP and getting a pension of approx one million plus per year and other similar banking types
- what do these people do that could possibly be worth this amount of dosh in perpetuity
- is it their silence that is being bought?
But those kind of costs have to affect the bottom line somehow, how can it be sustainable?
we're having an either / or chasm...
What would be so bad about that?
</dirty pinko commie>
the rift between greed and green
widens with no respite
I would say our culture of secrecy
is more Python than Kafka.
I'm thinking more Pylon to CAFCA
view the great Comalco Comic here ...
(once it loads if ya don't see anything hit the
multipage view next to the scroll button...)
Don't take the Brown acid...
Using an iPad to replace the tape cassette drive for an Apple iie.
Damn your eyes! Now I want an old Apple IIe
and an iPad.
Russell, that was just, ...mean...
It’s an obvious solution in retrospect, but there is something very unreal and amazing about tapping a button on a multi-touch screen and watching an Apple IIe fill up with data — to quote Andy Baio, “that’s like WALL-E connecting to EVE.”
though I'm guessing it wouldn't take long to fill up an IIe with data
* 64 KB RAM built-in
* 16 KB ROM built-in
* Expandable from 64 KB up to 1 MB RAM or more!!
those were the days!!
new US laws target gadget manufacturers'
source of minerals used
[I guess few here know what Braxton Hicks contractions are...]
I don't think us mild mannered Cramps fans are falsely labouring under any misconceptions...