For the 120th consecutive month since I started blogging, my big oil/big tobacco check failed to arrive in the mail.
Over the last six months I have developed an incredible WebGL app for analyzing climate data, which gives me the ability to instantly visualize almost anything I want in the temperature record, but unfortunately it is proprietary technology for the company I have been working for, and I can’t release it. I can’t even show screen shots. But I am thinking about developing a different app from scratch with similar capabilities, to make public.
Please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org if you are need a top flight programmer.
In 1974, the Senate Watergate Committee made these recommendations to protect future elections from illegal political surveillance.
— Make it unlawful for a White House aide to engage in any investigative or intelligence-gathering activity not authorized by Congress. — Make it a crime for anyone to work in a federal election campaign under false pretenses
— Tighten laws on political activities by governmental officials by making it a felony if they “obstruct, impair or pervert a government function.” or “by defrauding the government in any manner,” by acts such as using government resources in an election campaign
I’ve gained 30-50 Twitter followers per day for many years, but this past month I have gained almost none. About 30 days ago they started removing followers every time I get above 26.2K, and are about to do it again. They also mark all of the images I tweet as “sensitive content.”