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Smart rats may point the way toward achieving stronger co-ordinative human brainpower
Christy Clark and Co. implied that farewell to Auditor-General John Doyle; but public anger stirred them to reconsider
Thoughts while crunched into a car seat at Swartz Bay: When will the next ferry sail? Wish I had a laptop.
Dementia. I hate that ugly word. It implies, wrongly, that the patient has ceased to be a thinking, feeling human.
Finland is an efficient industrial country, tuned in to the Electronic Revolution. For Finns, access to the internet is a legal right.
I think about Mars as I view Kelowna and snowy mountains from seven miles up, and squeeze comfortably into an economy-sized space.
So the more blunt-spoken listeners and watchers told me, when I raised the TV sound volume.
One tiny piece of steel. That was the only shaving supply I needed, a blade for my Schick Injector razor.
CORRECTED VERSION: Peninsula Co-op has no Langford representative though it does have a representative from View Royal and Metchosin
Animal-cruelty offenders escape conviction because the law is weak. They plead “I didn’t mean any harm, it was an accident.”
Viewed through a snowstorm of plum blossoms outside my window, the world looks calm and pretty.
Thirty-six million faces per second. That’s the capacity of a Japanese-designed people-tracking system
I’m talking about dumb-old-codger jokes, although I haven’t heard any so far. Probably the youngsters are too polite to crack them.
“Which NDP leadership candidate would you vote for?”
Dialing 9-1-1 would be a big decision, so I refrained from doing it.
Historian Maureen Duffus is firing up her time-travel machine once again.
The Alzheimer’s Society rolled out the numbers: 35.6 million people in the world living with dementia.
B.C. Liberals have it in their power to steal thousands of Vancouver Island votes from the NDP.
“Big Tobacco” would love to grab the billions of dollars that will flow from marijuana if its sale is made lawful across Canada.
Smart machines are overwhelming the stock markets, as electronic traders buy and sell securities without human intervention.