Brad Ackerman

Brad Ackerman

  • Commented on Upcoming Attractions!
    ₤ should of course be £, because I still have the computer prescription in a box and need to start using those eyeglasses. Also, no DLD in the local bookshop, so they're ordering it. I picked up a copy of...
  • Commented on Upcoming Attractions!
    "Basic monthly rate" -- what travesty of a phone is this? An American phone. (Or possibly a Canadian or Japanese one.) Our prices for communications services are horrifically expensive. There are cheaper MVNO providers if you dial down the...
  • Commented on Books I Will Not Write #8: The Year of the Conspiracy
    A large percentage of the entire federal government is contractor; that's not limited to the intelligence community. The whole related-entity fraud ring seems far too vulnerable to detection. As much as I generally doubt DIA's ability to find their own...
  • Commented on Cough Cough
    Surely to lie like a rug should require that one lie competently....
  • Commented on Crawling from the wreckage
    I live in Baltimore, and while I much prefer smaller cars I'd consider buying an SUV (crossover or otherwise) for the ground clearance. The crappy roads here even managed to take out my oil pan once....
  • Commented on Paging Agent 007
    Regarding Mr. Z's boring venture, the key question seems to be what he knows that Martin Herrenknecht doesn't. Is it really just a matter of the commercial incentives not encouraging more productive TBMs?...
  • Commented on Attention Conservation Notice
    The imaging-with-WiFI drones are also being worked on....
  • Commented on Rejection Letter
    But AD is just an embrace-and-extend version of Kerberos, isn't it? And Macs can cope with it too (although not as domain controllers). And I've seen plenty of thin clients in NHS hospital reception suites over the past few...
  • Commented on Clickbait spasm: 14 gizmos I used in 2015
    The best disk-shredding protocol I've seen—note that those are classified hard drives. Well, were classified hard drives....
  • Commented on Clickbait spasm: 14 gizmos I used in 2015
    I'm also on my second ScanSnap, and it's awesome. Overkill for what I use it for, but still a lot less pain than trying to scan paper bills and such with a flatbed....
  • Commented on Clickbait spasm: 14 gizmos I used in 2015
    In Australia, JB HiFi does stock the Kobo readers - and amazingly enough, the price less GST is actually less than the US RRP on the Glo HD. (The Aura H2O actually costs less than the US RRP even after...
  • Commented on Oh dear
    It's entirely unrelated to the museums you mention, but I suspect you'd like the Buchstabenmuseum....
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