Supreme Court Heard Arguments on JPL Case Today, Questions of Administration’s Commitment to Privacy

Dennis V. Byrnes wrote a very good summary of his and the other JPL plaintiffs’s position regarding their case against the US government and CalTech for what they see as NASA’s unconstitutional background check policy that took effect during the last Bush administration. You can read it here on the LA Times, and you canContinue reading “Supreme Court Heard Arguments on JPL Case Today, Questions of Administration’s Commitment to Privacy”

Good Support Experience with Time Warner Cable

This morning, I woke up bright and early at 7:00am, because I had scheduled a TimeWarner Cable on-site service call. A few weeks ago, Y and I began to notice slow Internet throughput especially during the evenings after a widespread outage in the Kent and Ravenna areas. This made watching streaming video on YouTube orContinue reading “Good Support Experience with Time Warner Cable”