As the economy drones on, recent closings of local A&P in Randolph still tell a tail of economic hardship.....One of my last posts about this food chain giant revealed how I was expelled from the store after making an off mark comment in jest to one of the employees about "Are your melons in season?"....After months filing Chapter 11, the local A&P has finally closed it's doors in Randolph, NJ deferring customers to other food grocers in the Morris County area. Talk about ACME coming in to take over the space has been flirted on the streets but an ever menacing concern about the economy still lingers as this large chain closes it's doors. My photo expose reveals the ominous plight of a one time food giant now reduced to an empty shell of a space wondering where employees and their families will find their next place of employment....Although bad news isn't encouraged in our news days, we must look at what this closing says about the economy and where we go next. Rumors on the street have said poor management problems in the store were the cause of their failure.
Friday, November 20, 2015
Monday, November 16, 2015
As word of the Paris attacks by ISIS begin to surface more and more, the international hacking group known as Anonymous begins to take another stand on what they believe should and will be the end of terrorism through cyber attacks on ISIS throughout the world. My continued study on this organization has revealed countless amounts of cyber attacks against organizations that have meant harm or poor judgement on a global scale. Anonymous continues to take on a Robin Hood global watch dogging role through out the world wide web. They bring harm to those who are extreme and look to push ideology onto the general public protecting our freedoms of speech and expression. Much of what they have accomplished has done good things in stopping misintentioned groups from spreading their viewpoints harming society while Anonymous values the freedoms we all have over the internet. The group has vowed most recently to annihilate ISIS over the internet and bring about a world order that mires itself on good and not evil. The future for some of our freedoms may rest in this group of world wide hackers that are taking on more and more global challenges based on preserving our freedoms over the internet and making sure we all have inalienable rights protecting our forms of freedoms of speech and pure democracy. Say what you want about them but Anonymous could be the answer to an age old problem against terrorists that pits a noble mission against pure evil. Stay tuned as Anonymous vows not to forgive and to be always expected.
Friday, November 13, 2015
Does size really matter? It's becoming more apparently so at this years New York NAB show...Much of the technology I witnessed has become much less bulky and the size factor is reducing as more and more people look for the less bulkish gear and the more easy to manage prosumer experience for the internet. Note that many firms like big and bulky and want to show off larger extravaganza's to their clients who have learned to love LARGE!