Profile cover photo
Profile photo
JC Car
321 followers
321 followers
About
Posts

Post has shared content
Paul Stickland is one of my favorites on G+ !!

Post has shared content
Google + just keeps getting more and more useful!
StrangeStore Links
Sharing from Google Drive now allows live links from right here in the stream.
Amazing!
The links below take you to my Zazzle Store, StrangeStore, where you can see these guys on all manner of great gifts.
Thanks Google, this is an incredible new feature.

#strangestore #googledrive  
#cats   #crows #dogs #owls

Post has shared content
Finally Friday!

Now THAT was a heavy week! Protests, blackouts, debates, Newt... wow. Thanks to all of you, over the last week we've added over 6,000 new followers around the world, and we're one of the fastest growing pages on G+! All of us here at Stop SOPA want to thank you for your support, trust, and input as we continue to push forward on the issues that truly matter to all of us. As a little treat, here's a song to help start your weekend. If you can't view it where you are on the planet due to restrictions, maybe that's something we need to work on!
THANK YOU!

Post has shared content
Originally shared by ****
This endless litany of complete and utter strangers, seemingly unrelated to me or my field of work in any way, adding me to their circles in G+ is getting really tedious. Most are not artists or arts professionals. They're not anyone I've ever heard of. They're not friends of friends. And I have zero idea why they would add me in the first place. I actually did start a "Fucked If I Know" circle, but that doesn't mean I want ten thousand people in it. Let's just say G+ and I are in a state of ambiguous stasis.

Post has shared content
If ANYONE would understand the dangers of these stupid anti-piracy bills, it would be Tim Berners-Lee. Time to listen to the people who actually know what they are talking about.

Post has shared content
Originally shared by ****
I am so making this for the holidays. My two favorite food groups: bacon and chocolate.

Post has shared content
An excellent post from Dan Gillmor! Read! Learn! It's important.
It's becoming more widely understood what a stacked deck the U.S. House of Representatives Judiciary Committee was dealing from last Wednesday as it pushed the odious "Stop Online Privacy Act" (SOPA). All but one witness was an enthusiastic supporter of a bill that would create a new American censorship regime, as well as muck dangerously with the technical underpinnings of the Internet.

It's not just their hearing that had not a shred of fairness or debate. Look at the web page they've created to showcase this law, which purports to target only the worst of the worst "rogue websites" but in reality would lead to wider censorship and require innovators to get permission from Hollywood. The page (http://www.judiciary.house.gov/issues/issues_RogueWebsites.html) doesn't bother to give any time (much less equal time) to other views. It makes last Wednesday's hearing seem like a model of honest debate by comparison.

We knew the leaders of this committee were liars. Now we know -- given their unwillingness to give even a whisper to their critics -- that they're cowards, too.

Post has shared content
An excellent post from Dan Gillmor!
It's becoming more widely understood what a stacked deck the U.S. House of Representatives Judiciary Committee was dealing from last Wednesday as it pushed the odious "Stop Online Privacy Act" (SOPA). All but one witness was an enthusiastic supporter of a bill that would create a new American censorship regime, as well as muck dangerously with the technical underpinnings of the Internet.

It's not just their hearing that had not a shred of fairness or debate. Look at the web page they've created to showcase this law, which purports to target only the worst of the worst "rogue websites" but in reality would lead to wider censorship and require innovators to get permission from Hollywood. The page (http://www.judiciary.house.gov/issues/issues_RogueWebsites.html) doesn't bother to give any time (much less equal time) to other views. It makes last Wednesday's hearing seem like a model of honest debate by comparison.

We knew the leaders of this committee were liars. Now we know -- given their unwillingness to give even a whisper to their critics -- that they're cowards, too.

Post has shared content
" Lucovsky says that when he walked into Ballmer’s office and told the Microsoft CEO he was leaving the company for Google, Ballmer picked up his chair and chucked it across the room. “Why does that surprise anyone?” Lucovsky tells Wired.com, seven years later. “If you play golf with Steve and he loses a five-cent bet, he’s pissy for the next week. Should it surprise you that when I tell Steve I’m quitting and going to work for Google, he would get animated?”

http://www.wired.com/wiredenterprise/2011/11/cloud-foundry/

And thats why Microsofts competition should be happy that Steve Ballmer is CEO. With CEO's like its alleged above, who needs to consider Microsoft any sort of competitor?....

Maybe that's why instead of products, it's patents that Microsoft seems to have a future in...

Post has shared content
Forget the Tripod: Try this DIY Camera Image Stabilizer http://tnw.to/1Bsqv Let us know if this worked for you!
Wait while more posts are being loaded