Bananas was briefly watching some documentary with selective facts. Imagine that you gave somebody a banana a day for eleven months, and you got nothing in return – no grooming, collectively throwing poo at zoo guests.
You try and contact these banana eaters for months and months only when you take action via a third party Then come the emotive ‘why’ questions.
It is disingenuous to say that this came out of the blue and that this was decided immediately on day two. It is also fascinating that only they are the only bad people not the poor building standards (my blog) that both labour and conservative parties did nothing about which only they as public bodies tolerated. Try and get those same standards for buildings owned by capitalists and you would have planning approval denied.
Its a funny world that means party politics is above blame, but not those who have a legal responsibility to sell items to such bad properties but to get payment is deemed ‘evil’.
I am confused as to who the villains really are. But then spotting the real bad guys is not a talent i have. Sorry care to throw some poo with me?
Housing remains an area where domestic electronics is still basic, sure there’s an electric metre, fuse box and a mile or so of cable requiring manual input and that’s 1930’s technology.
Your boiler (my blog) might have a timer and a thermostat so that at least is some kind of computer if single purpose and an idiot. However if you read that link of mine there are fails even plumbers and electricians fail to do with this stuff.
Then somebody had the idea of connecting stuff like lights and heating to the internet who google naturally bought [nest] and then the progress story fails. Nest had a failing out with apple as a hint of problems and secondly some lightbulb manufacturers decided to drop some transmission standard protocols and make them vendor only so go and fuck off if you wanted to turn off and on both philips and somebody else’s bulbs with technology.
Then nest recently decided to brick older nest controllers because they can. I dont particularly see a lot of point to modernisation if the controller makers and things that respond to it (or the internet of things [iot]) are going down the drm path and when Phillips and Google tell you to fuck off and either do it there way or not at all perhaps that 1930’s wiring still installed today was really wise after all.
The monkey house remains progress free from drm and suggest that you too remain in the past until google and philips stop pissing about with progress and lets face it retro is quite a nice look.
Control is nice, but better insulation is a safer bet
To finish there is a joke which goes how many people does it take to change a lightbulb if google and philips and all the other makers of this stuff had there way your probably looking at a very large number of people on a regular basis.
isbn: 9790575127722 is an author i have read before (my blog). This deals with reality and Kant and seems well thought out compared with the average shit author on psychological thinking (my blog) who finds nothing new or thinks modern life is bad because it is television or video games and 1920’s austria did not have those so they are bad..
There is a hint of old style s/f to this and it generally works although the ye olde englishe section or yess sire kind of lost me.
Bananas is a proud owner of an electronics breadboard (youtube not here) and components. The only problem was it never worked so either the processor per say was bad, or the breadboard. one weekend i was browsing a youtube channel of bigclivedotcom and he had the same problem with a weird board although he had all the diagnostics and the videos there are interesting.
The stuff is not a raspberry pi or aurdino but earlier with an intel chip and more wires than integrated circuit with extension ports and i have not experimented since my failure with amateur electronics as it was a waste of time despite several attempts plus its quite hard if your not in the know (my blog).
So it was good to know that even professionals have problems with this stuff but had the diagnostics for it unlike me.I learnt something too.
The channel is an interesting view and i get something from.
Bananas notes that another talented musician has recently died and if your a media studies person* then it is the only story so there is no other news. However the bbc forget that they censored (my blog) this artist in its illustrious past and also employed Salvile (my blog) who has a poor reputation with anything from 1960 culture onwards or even commercial radio which is something the bbc resisted..
rapist with murderer
It’s interesting that even the bbc considered this music bad for ‘editorial’ reasons of lyrics in the 1980’s but raping kids on the bbc payroll was perfectly okay.
Whether you liked or disliked the music bbc radio did not like they certainly was on the wrong end of knowing innovative music or talent.
No doubt some selective airbrushing at the bbc will try and forget that they banned the music all in the name of morals after it they are now a music genius and they would not do that would they..
Keen readers of this blog will know i prefer to use a library (my blog) than shops be they large monsters or independents my blog) who dont love what they do (my blog) and take a lot of warming up from the dead or ‘shit this monkey reads lots of books’ reckoning.
Not that bookshops are the be all and end all – try finding this (my blog) there is legal censorship used by people and tom cruise to suppress items.
queen of the charity shops mary portas
Anyhow with libraries having budgets cut it gave me an opportunity to see if the voucher could be used since while a library might claim to have it it soon disappears from the search system and a headache fore me since money is involved.
Since i have a non brazilian voucher (my blog) i find a new paperback is £11, older stock be £8 and since i will not engage in drm mean i wont buy an ereader per shop there £6 a ‘copy’ which have an indeterminate life of either the device or when the shop closes down. Of which …
May i remind you of the Kobo reader owners (microsoft) dont like non drm books and if the shop goes bang goes your copy too which is happening in the uk soon. So that £6 book you thought you owned you actually don’t Thank Microsoft for that.
Cost wise it is 90% more than with library fees – however they have it rather than sod all. There are three books i would like but the one the library had but lost [south korean] is £11, the chiang (my blog) book is £8 and my liking of the final of this soft porn (my blog) is also around that figure.
I am not sure i want to own any of them hence my inaction to pony up. I wish more humans would use a library.
Anyhow. what should i read? A blog post will follow.