Lawyers, Guns, and Money

Lawyers, Guns, and Money

I’ve mostly kept my discussion of gun issues in the last week restricted to twitter and social media, but had a few thoughts I wanted to get down. First, I’m going to be breaking this up, instead of dealing with one large and thorough mega-post like Larry Correia’s epic post. Second, there are several assumptions I’ll be making, axioms, if you will. The first of these is that we all have a natural right to self-defense. That this right can be oppressed – a government, a person, etc. can take active measures to prevent you from exercising that right, but Read more »

The Decline and Fall of Tech

The Decline and Fall of Tech

I’ve posted before on why I believe that Apple, despite some ongoing technical inertia from their glory days, is slipping. I’ve also said that it’s not like any of their windows based competitors are actually “getting better”, for the most part. Take Microsoft. … What, you thought I’d follow with the obvious “please”? For most people, including myself, the fall creator’s update has been smooth. For others, including one guy I’ve helped, not so much. Brand new computer, mid to high end Lenovo workstation with solid state drives. Nothing installed except print drivers , MS Office, and one niche app Read more »