Couldn't talk the wife into driving a short 18-mile round-trip to bring me my new iPhone which was delivered today. *sigh* #firstworldproblems
After my pretty crappy experience with my Motorola G4 (ghost touches and now random shutdowns) I began thinking of how my Android history has gone from pretty good (Google Nexus) to where my last two phones crapped out on me. In between was a lot of jailbreak frustration and hassle. Meanwhile the wife has been pretty happy with her new/old stock iPhone 5S (ordered a few months ago, under $200!). After adding my fingerprint to her device I realized how easy that is compared to swipe/PIN. (1/2)
The rise of monopolies. The origins of #antitrust laws. How Robert Bork and the Chicago School undermined anti trust laws. Why some on the Left supported monopolies. Elitism and how we make policy. Why we need regulated competition.
so keeping Mastodon running in the sidebar is pretty cool :) https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/mastodon-as-a-sidebar/
So I switched themes, copied over posts and FA icons, etc., cleaned up footer. Added Disqus code. I think I'm done with all that for the most part now. Five posts. Probably more to say coming down the pike... http://glenn.thedixons.net
Anti-capitalist art at a free junkyard sculpture garden created by a veteran union iron worker https://social.coop/media/GF8Ni-BOOVL6exvKLm0
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