(Yes, it’s money.)
I’m flattered you liked my rally signs:
The Elections Canada web site is very confusing. If you wish to register to vote by mail in Canada, download one of two “Application for Registration and Special Ballot” forms: For electors residing in Canada For Canadian citizens residing outside Canada
Cogeco charges $1.50 per GB. Amazon charges 14¢ per GB. Netflix estimates they pay 3¢/GB. Netflix figures the ISPs’ cost per GB is under a penny. So they’re charging 15,000% markup. 15,000%.
Bruce has done a fantastic job summarizing the backlash to the TSA’s plan to take naked pictures of and/or molest you as a precondition of boarding an airplane: There’s humour, outrage, and just a wee bit o’ corruption: Michael Chertoff, former Department of Homeland Security secretary, has been touting the full-body scanners, while at the …
Last week, I excitedly read the announcement and watched the screencasts of Google Refine 2.0. Today, I used it to transform this hot mess of HTML: Into this structured data goodness:
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Jim Prentice, former industry minister and suckup to american media companies — he authored the horrid copyright “reform” bill — has resigned: “I am closing the door on political life,” he said, stressing his support for Mr. Harper and the party. “I have completed that tour of duty.”