Author: Michael Cain
At the end of my 25-year technology career late in 2002, I walked away with copies of a variety of software and data I had produced
Or, adventures in amateur site maintenance…Using the site had become unpleasant. Someone needs to take the blame.
Sometimes the memories are better than reality.
Rail transit finally arrives in my Denver suburb; some first impressions.
Symposium: Vote for the candidate who believes there’s a real existential crisis that has to be addressed.
Donald Trump promised to restore the glory days of coal. It’s not happening.
Beyond Meat has been getting a lot of play lately. Is it worth it?
State of the Discussion is an alternate comment-focused view of the site’s content, both recent and archival. This post is an introduction to its features.
I spent six hours watching the UK House of Commons debate and vote. I have thoughts.
There are places, well within the current confines of the metro area, to stash a lot of people. Here’s one.
A couple of almost oldsters, just trying to get through a year.
Tipping point. An idea whose time has come. Don’t get caught on the wrong side of history.
Not as extensive as Oscar Gordon would provide, but he’s off doing techie things instead of reading about them.
Everyone thinks they can get Amazon’s new headquarters; is it already a done deal?
Welcome to the conspiracy, Mr. President. Glad to have you on board.
The Trump administration attempts to change the game on management of public resources in the West.
Sometimes nuclear medicine technicians say the darnedest things…