At one point, Tim Kaine, a Democrat from Virginia, asked about conservative trends in Israel, a participant recalled. “He said that he supports Israel, but he’s concerned that Israel is headed toward a one-state solution—and that would be so damaging and dangerous for everyone involved.”Read below the fold...
For reasons I do not understand, if you have embedded a tweet, you must must MUST do two things, or the site may crash. This was the cause of the outage in the last hour, and nothing far worse, thank heavens!
1) Position the cursor after the embed code, and click the Break icon (A/B) on the toolbar icon.
2) Look for "Text Format" below the box where you are typing the post, and into which you pasted the Twitter embed code, and select Full HTML (use for tweets) from the dropdown. Read below the fold...
I think it is important to document that Obama ran as a liberal, that he deliberately misled voters.
That company was a worker cooperative called Sí Se Puede—“Yes, We Can” in Spanish. The women started the co-op with the help of the SCO Family of Services’ Center for Family Life, a social-service agency and advocacy group for families. They marketed their business in this low-tech way for months, slowly building up a clientele until they could afford a website.Read below the fold...
FCW (the business of Federal Technology):
Gus Hunt, former technology head at the CIA, has been named to Stateless Networks' board of advisors.
As CTO, Hunt was instrumental in the CIA's move to Amazon's AWS cloud platform, as well as piloting network virtualization and software-defined networking products, according to a statement by Stateless Networks.
"Gus played a key role in bringing the most innovative technologies, including Amazon's public cloud deployment, to the CIA," Stateless Networks CEO Kelly Wanser, said. "He understands first-hand how the cloud has evolved and is shaping the future of networking."
Stateless Networks is planning to leverage Hunt's expertise in cloud networking on its Stateless Network Director product, among others.
How cozy. Read below the fold...
Ecuadorian President Rafael Correa said on Saturday that he decided to grant political asylum to Wikileaks founder Julian Assange on 2012 because his life was in risk.
During his weekly report, Correa said that Assange “didn’t have the basic guarantees for a fair trial. His life was in danger.”
Assange has been living in the Ecuadorian embassy in London since June 19th, when he was granted political asylum in the embassy. Assange's political asylum caused a diplomatic crisis between the UK and Ecuador.
Assange was accused of rape in Sweden, but he said that it was just a political play to extradite him to the U.S., where he could have received the death penalty.
“There was the threat that the U.S. judged him under the anti terrorist law, which can lead to death penalty” said Correa.
Last Monday, Ecuador’s Foreign Minister, Ricardo Patino, reassured that Assange’s would continue to receive asylum, and said that Ecuador is willing to find a solution for this problem along with British and Swedish governments.
Assanges fears were entirely rational, given what the administration has done to others. Read below the fold...
YAATS (Yet Another Airport Terminal Station) has opened in Dallas for the "orange line" in the Dallas Area Regional Transit light rail system. This is not at the regional airport Love Field, even though the Orange Line runs directly past Love Field, but at the Dallas / Fort Worth International airport, following completion of a five-mile extension to the western end of the Orange line.
“Strategically, this is a major accomplishment,” said Mayor Mike Rawlings.
It is undoubtedly DART’s biggest accomplishment in its 31-year history. The way officials and regional leaders see it, the airport-rail link brims with promise. They say it will dramatically bolster North Texas transit options, attract more conventions and provide a smooth welcome to international visitors.
So lets take the Sunday Train to the airport, below the fold. Read below the fold...
The parents of Michael Brown, the unarmed 18-year-old who was fatally shot by a police officer in Ferguson, Missouri, will attend a rally in support of Eric Garner, the Staten Island man who died after being placed in a chokehold by police last month.
Around 15,000 people are expected to attend the Saturday demonstration. Participants will start near the area where Garner was killed and will then head toward the Staten Island District Attorney's office to demand justice.
The march will symbolically link the deaths of Brown and Garner to shed light on harmful policing strategies and patterns of racism by police forces across the country.
Super, excellent, couldn't be better, link all this stuff up! Read below the fold...