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Paul S. R. Chisholm
Attended Ohio University (Honors Tutorial College), University of Wisconsin - Madison
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I'm calling it right now: The U.S. Senate will refuse to give serious consideration of any Supreme Court nominee made by Pres. Obama. They'll hold out for a nomination from a hypothetical Pres. Cruz, Pres. Rubio, Pres. Kasich, or (hey, anything's possible) Pres. Yet Another Bush.

Unless things change, a hypothetical Pres. H. Clinton or Pres. Sanders might not be able to get a nominee confirmed during her or his hypothetical first term.

My wetware crashes when processing any statements about "a hypothetical Pres. Trump."

(edit) D'oh, I originally said "Pres. Clinton" when I meant "Pres. Obama."

http://www.mysanantonio.com/news/us-world/article/Senior-Associate-Justice-Antonin-Scalia-found-6828930.php
Senior U.S. Supreme Court Associate Justice Antonin Scalia was found dead of apparent natural causes Saturday on a luxury resort in West Texas, federal officials said.
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Sorry, but my link said what it said. If you choose to interpret it in a negative way that's your choice, but it does not follow that I should be attacked for something I did not say.
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I drove past a huge sign that said DISTRACTED DRIVING KILLS. I didn't pay much attention to it.
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Somehow I totally missed this. It's a weird confluence of my work at Google (with Public DNS) and Cisco (which bought OpenDNS on August 27, 2015).

http://newsroom.cisco.com/press-release-content?type=webcontent&articleId=1713134
Cisco’s Cloud Delivered Security Portfolio Now Offers Newly Integrated Threat Intelligence and Automated Global Enforcement Capabilities
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An article "18 Netflix Shows to Binge Watch When You're Snowed in this Weekend" lists 3 shows and 15 movies. Here's a better list:

http://www.theverge.com/2015/11/26/9799070/best-thanksgiving-tv-streaming-show-2015-netflix-hulu
Thanksgiving is here, so hopefully you’re home with your loved ones right now, waiting for the feasting and family dysfunction to finally begin. But today is about a lot more than just family and...
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The free extra 2G is good. So is the security review.
 
Today, as part of Safer Internet Day 2016...
Want some more space for your documents? Of course you do. Well, you can grab 2GB of extra capacity on Google Drive for free today. Here’s how.
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The Republicans met face-to-face for the final time ahead of Tuesday's New Hampshire primary. Frontrunner Donald Trump, who sat out the last debate, began the night by refuting doubts that he has the temperament to be president.
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Employees may "call a 'soft strike' over the weekend of March 12. The strike could likely last through the Monday morning commute on March 14, when workers say they expect to be ordered back to work by the Obama administration."

http://www.nj.com/traffic/index.ssf/2016/02/strike_date_set_for_nj_transit_rail_unions_sources_say.html
NJ Transit insiders said there is at least a 75 percent chance that unions will call a "soft" strike
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NJ Transit is in big trouble. In July 2015 it "raised fares by nine percent and trimmed bus and train service to fill a $56-million budget hole. That gap could be dwarfed next year by the potential loss of $295 million from the Turnpike Authority, which Governor Christie has tapped in recent years to support NJ Transit’s operating expenses. NJ Transit also has benefited from about $350 million a year in Port Authority money that was redirected to transportation construction projects in New Jersey after Christie cancelled a cross-Hudson tunnel project in 2010. Those payments end this year."

http://www.northjersey.com/news/nj-transit-offer-for-rail-workers-includes-10-percent-pay-raise-health-insurance-cost-increase-1.1385871
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Due to deteriorating weather conditions and concerns for customer and employee safety, the MTA has suspended above-ground NYC subway service.

Wait, suspended the what?
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And of course the 7 line in Queens
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And snow it begins....
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I'm okay as long as there's no hole in my shovel.
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"+Ward Cunningham almost called [his web site] QuickWeb, but changed course after remembering a trip to Hawaii where he’d been instructed to take the 'Wiki Wiki Bus' at the airport. 'Wiki wiki' meant 'quick' and it had the bonus of starting with a 'W,' so Cunningham went with the name WikiWikiWeb for the site. Because of naming conventions in Unix, the technology also needed a short name. And with that, the 'wiki' was coined."

http://time.com/4177280/wiki-history-wikipedia/
The technology was almost called QuickWeb
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Software developer / manager; formerly with dynamicsoft/Cisco, Ascend/Lucent, AT&T Bell Labs, now at Google.
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  • Ohio University (Honors Tutorial College), University of Wisconsin - Madison
    Physics, 1975 - 1978
  • Ohio University
    Math, 1978 - 1979
  • University of Wisconsin-Madison
    Computer Science, 1979 - 1981
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