What did we learn from the last one? ‘How To Survive A Plague’ . . . On The Lessons Of AIDS, The Benefits Of Fear, And The Potential For Rage.
What will we learn from this one? Four truly sweet minutes.
Together. Three sweet minutes — from George W. Bush.
(“As an infectious diseases specialist, I have examined all of the available evidence from within Australia and around the world and, as it stands, it does not support avoiding classroom learning as a means to control COVID-19. . . . By contrast, there is plenty of public health evidence that stopping face-to-face teaching can damage society.”)
PRKR, last discussed here, is looking better and better: ParkerVision Receives Favorable Markman Order in Patent Infringement Action Against Qualcomm and HTC. (I was so focused on Qualcomm, I hadn’t noticed HTC. Are they a deep pocket, also? A little Googling revealed that in 2o18, they were acquired by . . . Google.)
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To some, the glass is half full. To others, half empty. To an engineer, it's twice the size it needs to be.~unattributed
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