Monthly Archives: April 2014

Fluid – the Site-Specific Browser (SSB)

This past weekend I rediscovered Fluid.  Fluid is a Site-Specific Browser for Mac.  It packages up a WebKit browser that is specific to one website (or sites – the list is configurable).  I spent up and purchased a proper license. … Continue reading

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What we want in an airline lounge

Dear Airline CEO(s): I also realize times are tough and that you have to charge for many service components a la carte; things that your customers formerly assumed were “part of the deal.”  One of the appropriate a la carte … Continue reading

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We need strong leadership for our schools

Yesterday I read, in disbelief, a story in the LA Times, “Teacher removed for ‘dangerous’ science projects; supporters rally .”  Greg Schiller, a teacher at the Ramón C. Cortines School of Visual and Performing Arts, in Los Angeles was recently suspended “after  two students … Continue reading

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