When does a Republican scandal become a Democrat scandal?

Posted in Uncategorized on 六月 25, 2009 by chauonline

Only when Foxnews (Fair & Balanced) covers the story.

Story from Huffington Post

Link: Mark Sanford Scandal

Link: Mark Foley Scandal



Posted in Uncategorized on 六月 25, 2009 by chauonline



Posted in Uncategorized on 五月 10, 2009 by chauonline

I couldn’t believe 明報 posted this article on 5/10/2009.

Another link

Yet another link


I wish 明報 would search before posting — Can earthquake be predicted?

From wikipedia:

Despite considerable research efforts by seismologists, scientifically reproducible predictions cannot yet be made to a specific hour, day, or month …

From United States Geological Survey:

Neither the USGS nor Caltech nor any other scientists have ever predicted a major earthquake. They do not know how, and they do not expect to know how any time in the foreseeable future.

I hope the Chinese scientists can tell us when & where exactly the next earthquake will happen?

Incredible book title

Posted in Uncategorized on 四月 30, 2009 by chauonline

What a nice title!

Source from failblog.org

David After Dentist

Posted in Uncategorized with tags , , on 四月 15, 2009 by chauonline


Posted in Uncategorized on 三月 13, 2009 by chauonline


Read incident:

Read a book to your kids!? Wait, you don’t have the right, do you?

Posted in Uncategorized on 三月 8, 2009 by chauonline

According to the Authors Guild, using a text-to-speech device to read a book voilates the author’s audio book rights.

Authors Guild: Kindle 2 can read books aloud. And Kindle 2 is not paying anyone for audio rights.

This is CRAZY. A low-tech equivalent is that you’ve bought a book, and you hire a person to read it to you. The Authors Guild said, “You can’t do this because you didn’t buy the audio rights. You have to buy an audio book."

EFF: Does the Authors Guild Want to Sue You for Reading Aloud to Your Kids?

The Authors Guilds are just blood suckers who want to profiteer by piggybacking on others’ innovations.

Neil Gailman also disagrees with the Authors Guild: Quick Argument Summary