Cambridge Potholes fixed with Google Maps

CAMBRIDGE CANADA - June 24, 2019 (AP) - Today, Google 's Kitchener development campus was the scene for an unveiling of it's most recent collaborative project with the City of Cambridge; a system designed to provide Cambridge's Public Works department with the ability to predict the workload, and better manage the scheduling of the city's … Continue reading Cambridge Potholes fixed with Google Maps

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The LRT Could Have Been Thought Out Better

During the 2010 Municipal Election, a concerned citizens' group invited all candidates from all municipalities the opportunity to present their opinions on the upcoming multi-billion dollar Light Rail Transit (LRT) initiative. All candidates with few exceptions offered their opinion as to whether the LRT system would be cost-effective, practical, and gave their personal recommendations as to how the LRT should be … Continue reading The LRT Could Have Been Thought Out Better

The Quiet Little Road

It was always on the lookout, seeking new targets to shadow. Its eyes were as sharp as razors changing night into day, while whispers in the dark became symphonies of sound for it to absorb. Like a cat; it was all hunter, no mercy. Yet, a weather-beaten traffic camera, on probably the most boring road … Continue reading The Quiet Little Road

Suicide is Painless

When the movie M*A*S*H came out in the theatres back in 1970 it's soundtrack included a song about the perils of suicide.  It seems one of the characters wanted a suicide ritual because he thought he was homosexual, and he couldn't live with it.   Of course, being in the middle of the Korean War, … Continue reading Suicide is Painless

The Quiet Little Road

It was always on the lookout, seeking new targets to shadow. Its eyes were as sharp as razors changing night into day, while whispers in the dark became symphonies of sound for it to absorb. Like a cat; it was all hunter, no mercy. Yet, a weather-beaten traffic camera, on probably the most boring road … Continue reading The Quiet Little Road

Artistic Science

The first hard drive I ever bought was $1,400.00 and it was back in the early 80’s.  We’re not talking about the computer; that in itself was around $6,000.  I’m just talking about the storage drive; it did the same job a modern $10 memory stick or card does now. Up until about a year … Continue reading Artistic Science