Two Guys Steal $5,000 in Cash, Post Brag Video on Internet

They put their money where their mouth was…quite literally, actually, in a brag video. Except that it wasn’t their money. They had stolen five grand in cash from a Houston, Texas resident Randy Shaeffer’s truck. They also had taken a laptop, an iPad and some other items. I’m sure the owner is regretting leaving all his valuables in his truck. But that doesn’t excuse the theft. Not long after they swiped the man’s money and electronic devices, they went to a Burger King and took 17 Read more […]

L.A. Connection: iFad and Common Core Are “For The Children”

The L. A. school district is making news: “Apple Inc. won a $30-million contract Tuesday from the L.A. Unified School District, paving the way for the company to provide every student with an iPad in the nation’s second-largest school system. The Board of Education voted 6 to 0 on Tuesday to approve the contract after hearing senior staff laud Apple’s product as both the best in quality and the least expensive option that met the district’s specifications. Tuesday’s vote authorized an iPad rollout Read more […]

3.5 Years For Trying To Improve Cyber Security And Making VIPs Look Bad

AT&T had a problem with its iPad service. We in the United States, and perhaps the world, have a problem with our “top” people in industry and government tending to be self-righteous, arrogant, and willing to use persecution to compensate for incompetence. These two problems are related. The Beast reports: “26-year-old Andrew Auernheimer, discovered in 2010 that AT&T’s website was forking over email addresses for iPad users if a simple URL request included AT&T’s internal numbers Read more […]