DONATIONS STILL NEEDED.
Technological Disaster, Or Crisis In Governance? by Art Keller
“I couldn’t believe it,” Wang said, “After being warned, they sat on the bench, three so-called ‘experts’, needlessly getting a dose of radiation. I had to take a picture.”
More than 19,000 Japanese drowned, their bodies scattered on Japan’s eastern shores when a tsunami struck Japan on March 11, 2011. Kevin Wang wanted to help, and his Anaheim, Califonia-based company, PowerPlus, had the cleaning know-how to handle almost anything. Wang has spent decades developing equipment to clean up almost every sort of nasty gunk in existence, from massive oil spills, to radiological contamination, to dead bodies in quantity…. http://goo.gl/P7JyV
Chris’s Team has landed a 3 book deal!
EXPERTS WARN RFID RISKS OUTWEIGH BENEFITS
'Endless possibilities for its use ... if you are not worried about security'
28May2013 Henry Waddell
The growth of the now billion-dollar RFID business is prompting industry experts, from consumer advocates to company figures specializing in RFID protection, to question whether the technology can ever be made adequately secure.
Our concerns over Radio Frequency Identification is a simple tradeoff.
A must watch extremely important event/interview told through the eyes of Japanese artist-journalist, Chiho Kaneka.
Yesterday I noticed that three years ago on May 27th I posted first photo on this site. So today is three year anniversary and time to celebrate with showing ten best photos (voted by you) that appeared on my blog.
As always, thanks to all for stopping by and leaving your comments or just looking at some of the places I had a chance to see.
"The weather's (mostly) hot. School's almost out. And what better way to celebrate summer being almost here than being arrested and charged with a misdemeanor for throwing water balloons.
Hail academia, forever teaching our youth that anything and everything will be punished to the fullest extent of the law, even childhood hijinks our parents would have approved of, if only they weren't so busy being arrested themselves.