Monthly Archives: September 2014

New Oracle CEOs “Hurd ‘n’ Catz”: This should be great

“Hurd’n’Catz” – I’ve always liked Larry, and especially in the old unscripted public discussions of technology. The best one I was at was at the Fairmont in 1994, but I’m biased because I was the MC. Larry and Ron Wohl … Continue reading

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Back to technology: Is it effective to place Oracle REDO on SSD?

Ever since I was asked to improve the throughput of an actual general ledger posting job involving Oracle in December 1993 on some hardware where solid state disk (SSD) was available (at high cost relative to “spinning rust” or hard disk drives … Continue reading

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The primary election is over. Sadly, I did not win.

Either the power of social networking is not yet up to the task of overcoming television ads and the visual and other pollution of yard signs EVERYWHERE, or New Hampshire is not ready for the #SAFE_DEAL and to #IMPOVERISH_DRUG_LORDS. (Or, … Continue reading

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Farnham for US Senate: Please remember to vote

I hope you vote for me. I’ll do my best for both the country and New Hampshire if I am elected. Most of my recent entries on this blog explain my views and how I will try to solve problems. … Continue reading

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Dear “Pro-life”: I am against abortion. But I am not against choice

If you run for office, you’ll get loaded questionnaires that essentially insist you sign up to overturn Roe v Wade. (And from the other side that you’ll sign up against things like the Hobby Lobby ruling, when the real issue … Continue reading

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Farnham for US Senate: #IMPOVERISH_DRUG_LORDS

The most effective way to put money and power in the hands of criminals is to make something popular illegal. What do I mean? I mean we should have learned this from the Prohibition. We should have learned this from … Continue reading

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The #SAFE_DEAL: On the road to Equal Taxation with a baseline of the poverty level

Twenty-two years ago, when I previously ran for US Senate and began writing about reviving the idea of full support of persons legally in the country to the poverty level, we were in much better overall financial shape. An actual maximum tax would … Continue reading

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