Where do you find inspiration?
I find it all over the place, sometimes in the Street. Sometimes at Church.
Sometimes it’s in the book I’m reading.
Sometimes I’m hit with it when I’m just idling at a stop light.
Sometimes, like last night; I’m hit with it by the cruel randomness of the world; I composed a short one-person show about the nature of “God’s Wrath against Natives and the French”
Then there were Tornadoes in West Virginia.
That God guy hates people, I tell ya.
So I was inspired to create the image that accompanies this post by an article on cursing. Which amuses me (cursing, not the image)
While some may think that I am somewhat loose-tongued I think that I restrain myself a great deal more than is necessary. Which I think might say more about the strange thoughts that swirl in my skull and less about the people who (probably rightly) sigh when my mouth opens and I have “that look in my eye.”
In another life I am a Comic, A Priest, A Poet, A Writer and possibly a Prophet.
Here I am only a Prophet.
I predict Rain.
Microsoft | Microsoft device helps police pluck evidence from cyberscene of crime | Seattle Times Newspaper
The COFEE, which stands for Computer Online Forensic Evidence Extractor, is a USB “thumb drive” that was quietly distributed to a handful of law-enforcement agencies last June. Microsoft General Counsel Brad Smith described its use to the 350 law-enforcement experts attending a company conference Monday.
The device contains 150 commands that can dramatically cut the time it takes to gather digital evidence, which is becoming more important in real-world crime, as well as cybercrime. It can decrypt passwords and analyze a computer’s Internet activity, as well as data stored in the computer.
News comes that MS has been lying about back doors in Windows? I mean so many people have posited such a thing in the past, the couldn’t have been right? Could they?
That a major software vendor could be compelled to act on behalf of the government isn’t unlikely.
I wish I could play more games on Linux