MO and Police Militarization

▶ Last Week Tonight with John Oliver: Ferguson, MO and Police Militarization (HBO) – YouTube.

Però, resistente…

Mi ha appena scritto uno che dice che il virus dell’Ebola viene diffuso con le scie chimiche.

Peccato sia tedesco, sennò un posticino in Parlamento… magari in commissione sanità.
Così ci spiega come farebbe il virus a sopravvivere in quelle condizioni.
Forse gnafà.
E, forse, questo spiega come mai il virus si diffonda tanto nei paesi meno sviluppati: perché non avendo gli aerei adatti, devono scambiarselo con i fluidi corporei.

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Lo stesso mi ha scritto il 31 luglio per dirmi che quasi tutte le malattie virali si combattono con il cavolo bianco.
Eccetto una, la sifilide (pox dice lui, è sifilide, no?).

Quindi, mangiatori di cavoli bianchi, siete avvertiti.

Pubblicità: Take Control con il 50% di sconto


Ricevo e pubblico volentieri, anche perché si tratta di sconti, su prodotti che in genere consiglio quando qualcuno ha un dubbio su un aspetto in genere (anche a me) poco noto del Mac e di OS X.

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Save 50% in Take Control’s Back to School Sale

Whether August means back-to-school for you personally or you consider learning to be a lifetime endeavor, we’d like to make it easier for you to pick up new skills. Through August 25th, you can add any number of our ebooks to your Take Control library for 50% off the cover price. All our books are DRM-free and available in PDF, EPUB, and Mobipocket (Kindle) formats, so you can read wherever, whenever, and on whatever device you like.

We don’t expect you to read every Take Control title cover-to-cover; instead, each book has a Quick Start section that gives you a look into the book beyond the table of contents so you can jump instantly to the information you need.

Whether it’s dealing with passwords, upgrading your wireless network gear, getting a handle on Apple’s Pages word processor, automating repetitive tasks on your Mac, or finally writing your own book in Scrivener or iBooks Author, we have a title to help. We also have ebooks about iCloud, Mail, FileVault, iBooks, CrashPlan, PDFpen, TextExpander, setting up a paperless office, and more.

What can you learn from our expert authors? Tons. Here are some highlights:

* Passwords: Develop a secure password strategy that won’t slow down everyday activities, thanks to Joe Kissell’s best-selling “Take Control of Your Passwords.” Also don’t miss Joe’s “Take Control of 1Password,” about the popular 1Password 4 password manager.

* Wireless networking: Upgrade your wireless network with Glenn Fleishman’s “Take Control of Your Apple Wi-Fi Network.” The book will help you extend the range with multiple AirPort base stations, add USB drives and shared printers, enable security options, and more.

* Pages: Find in-depth guidance for using Apple’s Pages for all manner of word processing tasks and to create visually attractive, media-rich layouts. In Michael E. Cohen’s “Take Control of Pages” pre-book, you’ll find 200+ pages documenting Apple’s rewritten Pages 5 for Mac, iOS, and even iCloud. Since “Take Control of Pages” is in progress (Apple keeps making changes!), it’s available only via Leanpub, but you can still save 50% with this URL:

* Apple TV: Apple’s diminutive streaming media box is much more than a conduit to the iTunes Store. Find out how to play a wide variety of media and have more fun with “Take Control of Apple TV,” by Josh Centers.

* Podcasting: Start podcasting or improve your podcast with the recently updated third edition of Andy Affleck’s “Take Control of Podcasting on the Mac.”

* Dropbox: Enjoy a thorough look at how to use Dropbox — particularly the non-obvious bits — for file transfer and collaboration with Joe’s “Take Control of Dropbox.” (But don’t be deceived; as useful as Dropbox is, it does not a backup strategy make. The definitive word on backups remains Joe’s “Take Control of Backing Up Your Mac.”)

* iTunes: Manage your music collection and find your way around iTunes more effectively with Kirk McElhearn”s tips in “Take Control of iTunes 11: The FAQ,” where he answers oodles of questions about playing, ripping, buying, tagging, viewing, organizing, searching, syncing, sharing, and burning your music.

* Automation: Make working on your Mac less tedious, more accurate, and more easily repeated with “Take Control of Automating Your Mac,” also by Joe. (For even more Mac mojo, don’t miss his “Take Control of the Mac Command Line with Terminal.”)

So stock your Take Control library today with the titles that you’ve been wanting to read or that you think might become useful in the future — remember that we give readers minor updates for free, so your library can stay up to date throughout the year!

Thanks so much for your continued support, and the many useful questions and kind comments you’ve sent over the years. Please do us a quick favor, and spread the word about this sale to your friends and colleagues… this is the perfect way to introduce someone to the series or to get your buddy to take the advice in “Take Control of Your Passwords” to heart (if you can guess his password, we guarantee that a cracking app can too).

cheers… -Adam & Tonya Engst, Take Control publishers

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Sì, ve li consiglio.
Cosa me ne torna? Beh, gratitudine da entrambi i lati, spero.

Unieuro Scoordinated Time

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Siccome in questi giorni hanno tappezzato il tappezzabile di pubblicità, uno dice: fammi vedere se a parte il logo è cambiato qualcosa. Manco quello.


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Beh, molto meglio, no?!

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