It's a bummer when lawyers are the only ones reading you. In addition, it's weird I use Firefox and all my readers are comig through Internet Explorer.
I guess I should surrender and buy a Vista (with no view) or just insist, as my nature tells me to.
Google lost nothing after losing an infinitesimal share of biz on Facebook, a kewl relationship site to Microsoft. Google just went ahead to announce Maka Maka, which reminds me of Tiki Tiki a drink at Trader Vic's a five star restaurant of the 50s. Really old for our standards here in Los Angeles.
Maka Maka makes a lot of sense. After all, Macca, the Beatle, is the only in the newspapers, tabloids, cutting deals here and there. Who wants to read about HoneyPuss in long boots Patty Boyd ? Or Eric Clapton's pathetic confessions of plagiarism? My source on the latter is B12 Solipsism, beware, spreading confusion on the Net since www 1.0.
I wish I had been a blogger in the 1990s instead of an educator. Then a blogger instead of a translator. Here we are.
Maka Maka is a way of virtual life. It's a sweet surrender to Mountain View. More than MySpace, Orkut or FaceBook, more than the Google Bar, Maka Maka will take care of every single aspect of your life. All we need now is love between Google and Apple. Every time I read left click I cringe.
Hillary, my presidential candidate, also cringes at the idea of a left click. Left nada. This time she won't be the mousey brown-haired GOPer who watched Nixon's fall. She won't be the blondie feminist who adamantly declared 'I'm not the stand by your man type' while Mme. HW Bush gave away her favorite cookie recipes.
Hillary will be tough as nails, setting aside those who are in her way, kinda of like Mountain View will with Maka Maka. One of Hill's Bills is deeply involved in his former POTUS job, his library. Another is a bill, immigration, in which she used the best of clintonism's -- It depends on what the definition of if is. Her bills, money amassed during the campaign, are the target of all candidates, except her key bill. Bill Aberdeen, the one imposed by the Brits on slave ships is history. If Barack Obama couldn't stand tall against BP why would he now?
Bill Richardson, ahhh! That's my man. Rotund, Native-American, Spanish fluent, he looks just like me. A former cabinet member for Bill POTUS, he can add he has experience building our image and is faithful to his political background.
Like Google, Inc. couldn't care less if it is indeed IE the browser for Google Bar, at 600+ dollares/share one can afford t be less popular among its peers, and Maka Maka is coming. Hillary can laugh at the face of John Edwards, who lost his home state, playing a poor self-made man when in fact a millionaire insurance lawyer. Hillary Clinton is my person today and at the polls, for a better America, centered, supported by all the bills that matter and Bill Richardson, for vice-president, the governor of New Mexico.
The beauty of it is -- Hillary doesn't really have a home state to lose. Really. Maka Maka for her, too.
My Mac pleads Help! Tina Oiticica Harris, from center one-click MacBookPro.