For what it’s worth, Father Kinsella taught us Catholic boys to be careful and keep our hands to ourselves and never to make a female uncomfortable. I’ve done the best I can to comport myself accordingly.
However, at the risk of making a controversial statement, I do not want to live in a 1984 world where people are walled off from each other and human contact is closely monitored and regulated. We all need touch. Any reasonable emotionally mature adult, male or female, can immediately sense the difference between abusive and dangerous behavior, creepy or mildly inappropriate behavior, or simple acts of affection.
Things are getting out of hand.
Grandpa (Charles) Stack on the front in WW1. Timely post after seeing “They Shall Not Grow Old.”
#KamalaHarris2020 Maybe it’s me. Old(er), white & male. Watched her speech. Passionate about everyone & everything. It will all be free. There’s one special interest group missing in the whole intersectional mess. Wonder if anyone else noticed it?
Hint. It’s the guy/sex/half of humanity mentioned in the first few pages of Genesis. Been around a long time.
Photo and link from pc Magazine article.
From “Inside Blackberry” :
When its corporate e-mail servers were taken down by hackers last month, Sony Pictures was able to rebuild mobile e-mail access for its executives only via BlackBerry devices, reported The Wall Street Journal and the New York Times on Tuesday.
Sony “unearthed a cache of BlackBerrys, which still worked because they send and receive email via their own servers,” reported the Journal. The BlackBerry devices, along with other tactics, were key to the efforts of Sony’s IT department to keep its 6,000 employees productive in the aftermath of the cyberattack, which took down computers and landline phones during Thanksgiving week, as well as resulted in the temporary halting of the distribution of the movie,
Leslie McFarlane’s story of how it all came about oh so many years ago.http://www.goodreads.com/book/show/439472.Ghost_of_the_Hardy_Boys
BlackBerry First to Receive Coveted “Full Operational Capability” on U.S. Department of Defense Networks
This is pure good (while not unexpected) news for Blackberry and should be a warning for any CIO who settles for a “good enough” alternative. (photo courtesy of Crackberry)