Hillary’s five biggest lies.
And the bad news for the Democrats is that she is now really inevitable.
My prediction: The FBI will recommend prosecution, Justice will ignore, than a steady drip of leaks from the FBI all the way through election day, and the administration won’t be able to do a damn thing about it.
Matt Ridley: Its benefits could easily exceed its costs.
That seems likely to me.
I have a project in mind for which I have some unique requirements. I’d like a low-res, narrow-field webcam, robust enough for all-weather outdoor use. I can’t find anything that meets the requirement in a search, but wonder if anyone has ideas for how to hack one? For instance, if it’s got like a five megapixel sensor, could I easily just look at the center of it, without having to process the whole image? I’ll probably be hitching it to a Raspberry Pi 2.
[Update a while later]
OK, it looks like a standard webcam hooked up to a Raspberry Pi 2, with this software, should give me sufficient power to do what I want.
Why they must be programmed to kill.
Popular Science takes a deep dive into the town, its past, and perhaps its future. It’s a tough place, for now, to retain employees.
A new paper from Mercatus, citing me and the book. In fact, I used the FDA as another example of a risk-averse bureaucracy in the book.
Why we need it much more than democratic socialism.
Socialists don’t understand that in order for wealth to be distributed at all, it has to be created.
Lengthening them with a new anti-aging drug. Humans come next.
Though the program doesn’t (yet) reflect it, I’m going to do a talk and book signing there on Saturday afternoon, November 7th. Attendance does require museum admission, though ($20). But it’s probably worth it if you’ve never been to the Museum of Flight, and maybe even if you have. I also hope to be able to visit some of the area space companies early the following week before coming back to LA.