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Can I Raise the Dead with the Amazonium Codexorum?

Now, back to where I started when i was so rudely interrupted by Kathleen Hale and her “light stalking.” I’m still not sure where light stalking rests on the hierarchy of criminal complaints; somewhere between a dash of armed robbery and a smattering of homicide, I think. 3,570 more words

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Too late, GamersGate.

Tragic, but underlining a point of my frequent complaint:

Steam has that weird habit of sending e-mail notification for wishlist game discounts only for select types of discounts. 198 more words

Wisdom & Skillfulness

Polls remain open an extra two hours in Clarence-Rockland after e-voting problems

Voting certainly didn’t come easy this municipal election for residents in Clarence-Rockland.

The polls in Clarence-Rockland, just east of Ottawa, were forced to remain open for two extra hours Monday night after there were problems issuing PINs to voters trying to cast ballots by Internet and telephone. 165 more words

Local News

YOUTUBE | BRITISH INVASION PART 2

One of my most popular posts here is my Youtube British invasion that you can read here (http://grassandsun.wordpress.com/2013/09/05/youtube-british-invasion/). Recently I found more youtube channels that I love but I’m here today to talk about one particular channel. 174 more words

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Social media allowed us to terrorize ourselves during Parliament Hill attack

If there is one lesson to be learned from last Wednesday’s tragic incident in the nation’s capital, it is that social media now permits us to terrorize ourselves into mass hysteria, writes colleague Scott Taylor.

His full article is here.

Defence Watch

Russia's Brain Drain Saps Talent as Sanctions Hit Financing

Bloomberg

By Jason Corcoran, Jake Rudnitsky and Serena Saitto

Artem Kulizhnikov, founder of a startup designed to help musicians annotate music, is packing his bags to leave Moscow in December. 1,426 more words