Ludger Merkens wrote:
Charles Tarnard wrote:'I would prefer to not use plastic in that application' is much less forceful than 'you shouldn't use plastic.'
Sorry to disagree, but to my ears, this is almost as bad as the 'should' phrase.
Mark Brunnr wrote:Blaine, I used to use the Opera browser and that VPN was enabled when I signed up for Netflix. I didn’t realize at the time, that Netflix assumed I was in Canada due to the VPN and so they charge me in Canadian dollars, so I get about 20% off the monthly bill ever since!
Cécile Stelzer Johnson wrote:...the idea that anyone can extract that much information from Public Records [and yes, the law is the same in Wisconsin] is at least disconcerting.
In Europe, there is a strong movement to rein in Google, Amazon , Microsoft and other mega tech entities because of such concerns. It is just starting to appear here. I think there are more folks than just us who want to cut Mega corporations down to size.
Cécile Stelzer Johnson wrote:
Indeed: I was on neighborwho yet I know I have never given them my name/address. They said they could get details of the deed, previous owners etc. I can say with certainty that they got my info in Aug. 2005 because they had my previously married name and that is the year we acquired this property but before we were married. Worse, they had the "street view" of my house. It is indeed creepy.
bruce Fine wrote:... somehow they knew exactly where I was without me telling them.
I'm not sure how it all works but it does
r ranson wrote:hmmm
coffee isn't working.
nap or go outside and visit the chickens?
Dan Boone wrote:... - an argument against highly processed oils in my book.
Ken Newman wrote:I picked up this 5" hand cranked grinder at a yard sale for $1.00. It's come in handy for putting an edge on tools and even shaping some soft metal.