Wikipedia Co-founder: “Wikipedia Is Badly Biased”

Uncyclopedia logoWikipedia co-founder Larry Sanger published an article on his blog, “Wikipedia Is Badly Biased”, on 2020-05-14.  He begins by stating,

Wikipedia’s “NPOV” is dead.  The original policy long since forgotten, Wikipedia no longer has an effective neutrality policy. There is a rewritten policy, but it endorses the utterly bankrupt canard of journalistic “false balance,” which is directly contradictory to the original neutrality policy. As a result, even as journalists turn to opinion and activism, Wikipedia now touts controversial points of view on politics, religion, and science.... [Read More]


Looking over old files….

I don’t know about you, but there are some things that touched me in my life, some things in the digital world, some things that were shared or received in an email . Yep most were discarded with the logic that ten thousand angels on the head of a pin won’t help me if I don’t forward this to ten other people….

I’m a “visual” type of person, I can visualize results of a project before it’s even begun. A lot of the things I saved were images or clever sayings, but some were purely text…

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6 monkeys given an experimental coronavirus vaccine from Oxford did not catch COVID-19 after heavy exposure, raising hopes for a human vaccine

(click here to see the original article, CAUTION, this is an anti Trump website. This unauthorized, edited, somewhat sanatized reprint is to spare people the anit-Trump  rhetoric.)

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Computers are funny….

Computers are funny, no not funny in the sense as a joke, but funny as in strange.

For some reason my internal network card or circuit, decided that I was doing too much online so it slowed down to 10 Meg. It’s a Broadcom Netlink Gigabyte Ethernet circuit! It’s supposed to handle all I can throw at it !... [Read More]


What did Hubble see on your birthday?

Hubble explores the universe 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. That means it has observed some fascinating cosmic wonder every day of the year, including on your birthday.

What did Hubble look at on your birthday? Enter the month and date on this page to find out!


something to think about….

Apple and Google are combining to make an app that will automatically be injected into your mobile phone. This is the COVID-19 app. What it will do is monitor your location and proximity to another with a Bluetooth equipped device and if you are close to someone that has or has been close to someone who has COVID-19, You will be flagged!

Read that again, “if you are close to someone that has or has been close to someone who has COVID-19, you will be flagged“….

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SCANALYZERThere’s a new group here at Ratburger, SCANALYZER, and it’s nothing like you’ve seen before (unless you frequent the sidebar and have noticed its appearance and popped in).

Stock cue SOUND: “Presenting SCANALYZER, Engrelay Satelserv’s unique thrice-per-day study of the big big scene, the INdepth INdependent INmediate INterface between you and your world!”... [Read More]


Computer Platforms Go Full Circle

I began using Apple II then Mac computers back when. Then, when everybody around me at the hospital was using Windows machines, I switched over. I was frequently in over my head and, on occasion, drowned, so to speak. I came up with the aphorism – with which most everybody agreed – “install any new software at your peril”. Something else will surely not work, even if the new software does (by no means guaranteed). I often wondered out loud back then, say, early 90’s, why Apple didn’t own the world. Their machines were so much better for guys like me, non- computer literate.

Well. My new MacBook Air (I went back to Apple around 2002 as I recall) has OS Catalina. Over the past few days, the following quit working (having all worked fine on the 5 year-old machine I migrated over to this one): Safari – just quit doing anything; 1Password – likewise. I couldn’t even re-download it; Carbon Copy Cloner – cloned not. I already spent 45 minutes the phone with Apple. They couldn’t figure out what was wrong with Safari (Firefox worked fine). After playing around with extensions (there were none operating) and network settings, it suddenly started up & worked for 2 days then quit again.... [Read More]


State Department leaked cables on coronavirus origin

State Department leaked cables boost theories on origin of bat-borne coronavirus

Never, NEVER, NEVER, (did I say never?), trust the commies.

This morning, in one of my gmail addresses, I got a letter from a plastics industry, I once made a inquiry with, located in china, they tried peddling me masks. I gave them the email address of a sock in Japan. Then I blocked them.