Kahomono - It Means Lucky

Random musings on whatever subject strikes my fancy that day.

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Elementary

Well, we say goodbye to Joan and Sherlock.

I liked that this show depicted a loving relationship between working partners that never needed to go to a sexual or romantic one. A heterosexual man and a heterosexual woman are allowed to just plain like, even love one another without getting into bed or getting married! Way more unusual on TV than it ought to be.

Also it’s good to see series go out when they know it’s time. Too many series don’t end when they should. This was a good endpoint.

Fifty Years

How can it have been fifty years?

American musician Richie Havens performs onstage at the Woodstock Music and Arts Fair in Bethel, New York, August 15, 1969. (Photo by Ralph Ackerman/Getty Images)

For my readers of A Certain Age: if you weren’t there, maybe you tell people you were. You definitely nod along to this:

Well, let me tell you, my brethren: that performance of this song should never have happened. It’s a masterclass in missing the point. Here, listen to it as it was intended to be:

Joni Mitchell.

Damn.

What Did He Know?

What did Jeffrey Epstein know? About whom?

Click Through for The Nib

Where are all the recordings? I bet President Pumpkin would really like to know. I sincerely hope Epstein had copies on a dead-man switch ready to dump any day now.

Honesty

Today’s post is about password discipline, and how most companies that we entrust with passwords don’t really have much!

See it over at Safer Computing.

Weirdly Beautiful

and beautifully weird

Out of all the acts on this show, there are one or two that are just… something.

I think this should have gotten the golden buzzer, but for some reason they do not consult me on these matters!

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