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A Not So Fun Weekend

It has not been the easiest of weekends this weekend. The leased combo modem/wireless hotspot from the cable company kept dying on me. After the third call, I went to the store to buy my own. It seems to be working far better now. The leased equipment was on its third iteration after multiple service calls.

As not pictured above, I had to visit the emergency room at Ashtabula County Medical Center. I learned the hard way that I have a new drug allergy. This humbles me and reminds me that I am not Superman but rather am easily breakable. I'm still not 100%.

I look forward to following up with primary care Monday morning.

A call to raise capital for Erie Looking Productions seems ever more important now. For those wanting to consider things on a steadier pace, please consult options listed here.

Briefly As To Broadband

I frequently am not amused with the Quality of Service provided by Charter Spectrum. The National Broadband Map is not up to date so I may be missing out on any viable alternatives in my local area. Of course, then again, is it the NTIA hosting the map or is it actually a data product hosted by the FCC? That's a spot of bother as these things changes hands over time. The data from the FCC shows a bleak map in late 2017 as to provider options in Ashtabula which contrasts a bit with Boulder City, Nevada. Of course, American Samoa has no broadband. John Ringo would be pleased that Edisto Island is at least served by somebody.

Don't get me started on the definition of Broadband Radio Service and how the Commission's Rules (the Federal Communications Commissions, that is) do provide a means for licensing a tremendous fixed mesh network...

End of Week Links

This isn't the most efficient method of archiving links but it will do for now...

“A Guide to the UK’s European Elections,” May 15, 2019, sec. UK Politics.
Abuabat, Abdulelah, Steven Johnston, Mohammed Aldosari, and Taylor Neal. “Homegrown Governments: Visualizing Regional Governance in the United States.” ArXiv:1905.06715 [Cs], April 4, 2019.
Ailes, Emma. “Voices of Children ‘Lost in Family Courts,’” May 16, 2019, sec. UK.
“Alabama Passes Bill Banning Abortion,” May 15, 2019, sec. US & Canada.
“Assembly Members Join Forces with Farage,” May 15, 2019, sec. Wales politics.
Brice, Makini, and David Morgan. “U.S. Treasury’s Mnuchin Rejects Subpoena for Trump Tax Returns.” Reuters, May 17, 2019.
“Change UK Candidate Quits to Back Lib Dems,” May 15, 2019, sec. Scotland politics.
“Chelsea Manning Ordered Back to Jail,” May 17, 2019, sec. US & Canada.
“China Threatens US over Huawei Sanctions,” May 16, 2019, sec. US & Canada.
Coughlan, Sean. “Prescribing Deer Dung and Pigeon Slippers,” May 16, 2019, sec. Family & Education.
Darcy, Oliver. “White House Creates Tool for People to Report Alleged Social Media Bias.” CNN, May 16, 2019.
“Democratic Lawmaker to Turn to Lawyers over Trump Taxes.” Reuters, May 17, 2019.
“European Elections: What You Need to Know,” May 14, 2019, sec. UK Politics.
“Evans Draws a Million Listeners to Virgin,” May 16, 2019, sec. Entertainment & Arts.
Fenwick, Samantha. “New Register for High Street Landlords,” May 16, 2019, sec. Business.
French, David. “The Judicial Resistance Rescues DACA, Again.” National Review (blog), May 17, 2019.
Fyfe, Will. “‘I Break the Law for My Epileptic Son,’” May 16, 2019, sec. Wales.
Gillespie, Alexander. “Christchurch Call: No Clear Target but Let’s Salute a Start to Reform.” RNZ, May 16, 2019.
Glynn, Paul. “Gomez: Social Media ‘Terrible for Young,’” May 15, 2019, sec. Entertainment & Arts.
“Government Rejects Islamophobia Definition,” May 15, 2019, sec. UK Politics.
Holland, Steve, and Roberta Rampton. “Trump to Propose Plan to Make U.S. Immigration More Merit-Based.” Reuters, May 16, 2019.
“HS2 Needs Major Rethink, Say Peers,” May 16, 2019, sec. Business.
Hull, Bryan Elias, Br, and on Patterson. “Creating a Low-Cost, DIY Multimedia Studio in the Library.” The Code4Lib Journal, no. 44 (May 6, 2019).
“‘I Got Morning Sickness Instead of Freshers’ Flu’,” May 16, 2019, sec. Oxford.
Imam, Lamia. “Opinion: What Is Missing from the Christchurch Call.” RNZ, May 17, 2019.
“Instagram Chiefs Asked about Suicide Poll,” May 15, 2019, sec. Technology.
“Insurrection Act.” In Wikipedia, March 10, 2019.
Kuenssberg, Laura. “The PM Has Set Herself a Huge Test,” May 15, 2019, sec. UK Politics.
Lee, Dave. “The ‘China Is the Real Issue’ Argument.” Notes from Silicon Valley (blog), May 17, 2019.
Li, Kenneth, and Arjun Panchadar. “Lions Gate Offered to Sell Starz to CBS for $5.5 Billion: Sources.” Reuters, May 17, 2019.
“Lost Passport? McDonald’s Offers Embassy Hotline,” May 15, 2019, sec. Europe.
Macgregor, George. “Improving the Discoverability and Web Impact of Open Repositories: Techniques and Evaluation.” The Code4Lib Journal, no. 43 (February 14, 2019).
Maistrovskaya, Mariya, and Kaitlin Newson. “Making the Move to Open Journal Systems 3: Recommendations for a (Mostly) Painless Upgrade.” The Code4Lib Journal, no. 43 (February 14, 2019).
Marcus, Jonathan. “Is the United States Heading for War with Iran?,” May 17, 2019, sec. Middle East.
Marshall, Claire. “‘Wood Wide Web’ Tree Social Network Mapped,” May 15, 2019, sec. Science & Environment.
“May Agrees to Set Timetable to Choose New PM,” May 16, 2019, sec. UK Politics.
McGrath, Matt. “Tide of Plastic Flip-Flops Engulfs Island,” May 16, 2019, sec. Science & Environment.
“Missouri Moves to Restrict Abortion,” May 17, 2019, sec. US & Canada.
Moir, Jo. “Ardern Puts Pressure on Tech Leaders at Paris.” RNZ, May 16, 2019.
———. “Tech Companies and 17 Govts Sign up to Christchurch Call.” RNZ, May 16, 2019.
“‘Move on’ from Referendums, Says Davidson,” May 15, 2019, sec. Scotland politics.
“MPs ‘Have Duty to Support Brexit Bill,’” May 15, 2019, sec. UK Politics.
Mueller, Janina. “A Systematic Approach to Collecting Student Work.” The Code4Lib Journal, no. 43 (February 14, 2019).
“National Grid Attacks Labour’s Energy Plan,” May 15, 2019, sec. Business.
“National Grid Attacks Labour’s Energy Plan,” May 15, 2019, sec. Business.
“New York Mayor de Blasio to Run in 2020,” May 16, 2019, sec. US & Canada.
News, B. B. C. “Reality Show Probe and Kyle ‘Heartbroken,’” May 15, 2019, sec. The Papers.
“Offender Supervision to Be Renationalised,” May 16, 2019, sec. UK.
O’Neill, Julian. “Veterans’ Protections ‘Should Cover NI,’” May 15, 2019, sec. Northern Ireland.
Picken, Andrew. “Hundreds of Concerns Raised about Charities,” May 16, 2019, sec. Scotland.
Radio New Zealand. “US Ambassador on Why US Didn’t Sign the Christchurch Call.” MP3. Checkpoint. Accessed May 17, 2019.
“Radioactive US School Shut Down,” May 16, 2019, sec. US & Canada.
“Rave Moves Become Contemporary Dance,” May 16, 2019, sec. Entertainment & Arts.
Reality Check team. “What Has Happened to Energy since Privatisation?,” May 16, 2019, sec. Business.
“Remain Parties ‘Shouldn’t Be Squabbling,’” May 14, 2019, sec. UK Politics.
“Rise in Umbilical Cord Blood Banking,” May 16, 2019, sec. England.
Roulette, Joey. “SpaceX to Launch First Satellites for Musk’s Starlink Internet Service.” Reuters, May 15, 2019.
Shepka, Phil. “Murdered Woman ‘Had Reported Ex’s Threats,’” May 16, 2019, sec. London.
Shriver, Emery. “Managing Discovery Problems with User Experience in Mind.” The Code4Lib Journal, no. 44 (May 6, 2019).
“SpaceX Postpones Starlink Satellite Launch Again, for ‘about a Week.’” Reuters, May 17, 2019.
“The Rambunctious Rogue Who Led Australia,” May 16, 2019, sec. Australia.
“Trump Declares Emergency over IT Threats,” May 16, 2019, sec. US & Canada.
“TV under Scrutiny after Kyle Cancellation,” May 16, 2019, sec. Entertainment & Arts.
“‘Unfair’ Military Prosecutions to Be Barred,” May 15, 2019, sec. UK Politics.
“Unitary Authorities Plan Approved,” May 14, 2019, sec. Northampton.
“US Senator Irked by ‘space Pirate’ Jeers,” May 16, 2019, sec. US & Canada.
“US Snubs Effort to Tackle Online Extremism,” May 15, 2019, sec. Technology.
Waltz, Emily. “The Mood Ring of Algorithms Could Zap Your Brain to Help You Feel Better.” IEEE Spectrum: Technology, Engineering, and Science News, May 17, 2019.
“What’s the Secret of Life Satisfaction?,” May 15, 2019, sec. Business.
“‘Why I Have given £4m to My Staff,’” May 15, 2019, sec. Business.
Woessner, Matthew, Robert Maranto, and Amanda Thompson. “Is Collegiate Political Correctness Fake News? Relationships between Grades and Ideology.” SSRN Scholarly Paper. Rochester, NY: Social Science Research Network, April 8, 2019.
Wulfsohn, Joseph. “Ilhan Omar Slams Trump’s ‘devastating’ Immigration Plan, Renews Call to Abolish ICE.” Text.Article. Fox News, May 16, 2019.
Registered with the Ohio SBDC

An application for business counseling was entered with the nearest Ohio Small Business Development Center network location. Primarily this was for the purposes of seeking counsel and advice on seeking capital. Capital is desperately needed to get things off the ground sufficiently so that I can abandon my regular wage-paid job. Although there is a Liberapay profile set up at that has not brought in anything at this time. Conceivably things could be set up on PayPal but that takes time to re-compute.

I fiddled today with trying to figure out how to do podcasting with ikiwiki. It seems a bit more complicated than I like. This requires further research. CacheFly has podcasting CDN services available that are a wee bit of overkill. LibSyn has a USD$5 monthly deal to start with too. I suppose I could spin up Yet Another Droplet too. There is still a wee bit much to consider on that front.

Repeating A Statement

The following statement is made in "the other place":

And now it is time for a May 2019 update!

We have made updates to our main website:

The short film project we have been discussing but have not fully gotten underway has been laid out further in a blog post here:

We are very happy to have our business account open with First Commonwealth Bank who you can find here:

The main blog where our Head Writer can be found is known as "Coyote Works" and can be found at

Copies of the working bibliography file where we keep citation notes can be found on Github here:

Podcasts that our Head Writer listens to that you might check out can be found here:

We haven't made any decisions about returning to podcast production yet. Currently there are multiple matters blocking such a move. If we do proceed with that, we may host the effort on "Coyote Works" or another domain. Stay tuned for updates.

Currently we are seeking capital investment and partners. We are also seeking a business manager to help move matters forward. There is much to grow and not enough time for the current crew to tend to making that growth happen.

More is planned for a great Summer 2019!

So ends the statement. Posting to Facebook is something that continues to be expected in the current economy. This blog should still come first, though.

Integrating Changes

You know it is bad when I look for the directions on re-pointing my entry on Planet Ubuntu and instead first find things about liberation movements and investment clubs. I finally found a nice domain name to stick my blog behind. After consideration and tinkering with quite a bit of software my blog is migrated over to ikiwiki, of all things. Looking through the configuration file still shows me a bit of a graveyard of neglected blogs from yesteryear including things like Alan Pope's blog found at

Not all of my prior blog posts have migrated all that well. The intermediate waypoint with chronicle was not a smooth stop. I will go with what I have, though.

Currently my laptop is running Xubuntu 19.04 without too many incidents. I have two droplets on Digital Ocean running with one on the LTS and one running 19.04. My main Raspberry Pi, a 3B+, is running Ubuntu MATE 18.04.2. I'm hanging out in the Ubuntu Podcast chatter on Telegram lately even though my contributions overall to the Ubuntu realm have been down. With work being utter chaos and my being increasingly senior due to increasing attrition I'm finding I can't quite avoid responsibility lately.

I've written a post entitled Talking Filming which discusses an off-hours project I am working on. Eventually I need to get financial backing, form an LLP, and leave my day job as a civil servant. That is a matter to discuss more fully at another time, though.

As to An Introduction to C & GUI Programming, I am apparently the only person shown on LibraryThing owning a copy currently. I need to spend the time to read and apply the text. That is another off-hours project I need to get to.

For those who recall the madness related to my job at the beginning of the year, I can only say that it has not abated. We are on track for another catastrophe in due time. The only question is if it will be another lapse in appropriations as of the end of the day on September 30th or a "debt limit" crisis shortly before that.

Tomorrow is a new day, thankfully.

Talking Filming

Yes, I am looking at developing a short film. This would be a documentary. In the partial working draft of the script, I have written:

The Internet, at its core, has many assumptions. It assumes that connections will not be disrupted. It assumes a constant supply of electricity. Lately it assumes constant uptime and a lack of disruption.

Have we made something fragile that we depend on too much? Can we engineer around this in a world where maintaining infrastructure is seen increasingly as less than necessary? Where will we stand if we have a significant lose of Internet operations?

There are no models for this yet. There need to be.

The film is expected to look at one incident in the Pacific from earlier this year. It will be based off news coverage that primarily originated from Radio New Zealand. Sometimes stories from smaller parts of this planet we share highlight problems that can escalate and cause problems for us all.

I unsure if this will be the acme of consideration of the situation. Actual production output will have to be created before I finally get to upload to FilmFreeway. There are many festivals to try to submit a short film for consideration. The specific special target is the Dam Short Film Festival but other opportunities will be considered.

I intend to have other efforts beyond this project. This is intended, though, to be a major work during 2019. However this may generate commercial leads to further the business.

One thing that is easily forgotten is that this platform allows for podcasting of a sort. That may factor into film-making. Time will tell if I can manage that.

The current tasks list includes:

  • Finish scripting
  • Storyboard
  • Find a narrator
  • Select visuals
  • Find a good shooting location
  • Get legal assistance to clear matters up
  • Conduct filming
  • Edit the film down to something running ten minutes or less
  • Submit to festivals

There is still much to do.

External Thinking

Document referenced -- Brislen, P. (2019, March 25). Christchurch mosque attacks: How to regulate social media. Retrieved March 25, 2019, from Radio New Zealand website:

The views that I express are my own and most certainly do not represent those of my current employer of record let alone any companies I may be affiliated with either through equity ownership stakes or other connections. This is not to be considered a definitive expression of any positions I may take in equity markets.

I encourage reading the most recent opinion piece by Paul Brislen. In light of the recent incident in Christchurch, a wide variety of suggestions were made by that particular tech commentator about how to regulate social media. For so long as there are acronyms like GAFA (Google, Amazon, Facebook, and Apple) & FAANG (Facebook, Apple, Amazon, Netflix and Google), we have the distinct problem of private companies rooted in the United States of America controlling significant portions of Internet infrastructure.

Five distinct proposals were put forward in the piece as to bringing tech companies to heel. One part of the Christchurch shooting incident that shocked many was that it was broadcast on Facebook Live. The best summaries I could make of the proposals were:

  • Remove the safe harbor under NZ's Harmful Digital Communications Act relative to user generated content. A similar one is Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act of 1996 in the USA.
  • Institute New Zealand-based content monitoring by New Zealanders against standards rather than having monitoring in the USA to cover content for the world.
  • Live video feeds to be moderated and reviewed with humans able to kill feeds without notice.
  • Imposition potentially of personal liability to senior leaders of companies when an incident occurs
  • Impose taxes on turnover on revenue generated domestically in New Zealand

Now, there are many problems with this. Mr. Brislen noted in the piece that hopefully New Zealand wouldn’t have to act unilaterally lest the relevant companies pack up to set up shop elsewhere. It seems that there is a push for New Zealand to lead in creating a multilateral regime to regulate and tax US-based Internet companies.

It must be remembered that these are private enterprises. They’re not public utilities. The services they provide involve two parties to make it work. When a company, often based in California, hears from a nation-state that has a population less than half the size of the population of Los Angeles County in California questions get raised about the new barriers to operation raised.

As it stands now, multiple websites in the United States have begun geoblocking European users because they’ve gotten to the point that operators simply cannot figure out GDPR to be able to comply with it. In terms of cost benefits analysis, many domestic-focused websites block EU-based users because the cost to comply with GDPR exceeds the potential revenue from serving that user. Many news sites in the USA have gotten to that point and it frustrates me trying to share news stories in the Ubuntu Podcast channel on Telegram.

For all those measures proposed in that referenced opinion piece, rather significant costs would be incurred to continue doing business in a relatively small market. It is not a valid assumption that Facebook or any other US-based tech company will choose to always do business in New Zealand or anywhere else for that matter. If the cost benefits analysis comes out to it being far cheaper to just abandon that market and block all users from that country, what might a company do? Regulatory Complexity and Regulatory Uncertainty are still valid concepts that drive business decision-making especially if compliance would make your business too difficult to continue to operate.

I don’t claim to know how this would turn out. In a world where Internet equates to GAFA/FAANG you have a very limited concept of Internet. Rather than folks coming from around the world to Silicon Valley to innovate, why haven’t we seen development like the prior UK government concept of the “Silicon Roundabout”? But for access to working capital why are the only competing social networks out there beyond the US limits that I can think of just Baidu and VK?

I know New Zealand is not the only country looking at taxing revenue turnover as France and the UK have both brought the matter up. The Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin, husband to Louise Linton for celebrity watchers out there, has generally not had nice words to say about such proposals. This, I think, is going to be a major yet unacknowledged friction point before we hit the 2020 presidential election. Time will tell how this plays out.

Shock and Awe

The concept of "free speech" is a bit of a problem these days. Technology has outpaced law in the matter. When you need not necessarily worry about governments silencing you but rather multinational corporations accountable to their shareholders that changes matters. American jurisprudence has tangled with the concept of "limited public fora" being operated by private parties in the context of its free speech law. Unfortunately that body of law is uniquely confined to the United States of America and applies effectively nowhere else.

Philosophical collision is inevitable in today's global marketplace of ideas. When the dominant technology companies that make up the limited public fora of the contemporary Internet are mostly based in the United States there is certainly going to be a clash in ideals. It can prove rather easily that people can be rather divided and that, no, not all cultures happen to be fundamentally the same.

Recently there was an unfortunate event in New Zealand. The fallout from the event has proven interesting from a research perspective. Crackdowns on not just Internet sites but also television broadcasters occurred. I must declare an interest as a foreign shareholder in Sky NZ and also note that in the next available proxy vote I intend to express my displeasure at its recent actions. Action was swiftly taken to insulate the populace there from being exposed in any way to the footage shot by the gunman when he attacked the Mosque. A concerted effort was made and continues to be made to blot out an unfortunate part of the historical record.

Bad things do happen in this world. In contrast to terror attacks elsewhere across the planet, the response in New Zealand has seemed strange. Americans have never needed to be shielded from footage of the events of September 11, 2001. The British aren't shielded from footage of the events of July 7, 2005. The events at a synagogue in Pittsburgh last year didn't fade away either.

My shock and lack of comprehension possibly comes from the human suffering I face every day at work. If we're trying to build a utopia on this planet we're definitely not succeeding. Technocrats are not leading the way on that front if my daily case load is any indication of the individual misery, misunderstanding, frustration, and consternation out there. Hearing an errant member of the US Congress asking Facebook representatives for explanations of why it didn't stop the livestream in question before it got too far underway just leaves me in awe of where we stand as a civilization.

Technology is a tool used for good or evil. The default state of this world is evil. We've been in such a prolonged state of peace and good that our detours back to bad times feel ever-more jarring.

More technology isn't going to necessarily save the day. No algorithm will necessarily know what lurks in the depths of a human heart. I know I've come off lately to other people as rather cruel and fitting the stereotype of Yankee Gun Nut. All I can say is that the attempted social change over the past several years is finally hitting some friction points and showing how divided human beings are.

This too shall pass. I probably need to go back to reading more about ed(1) and how to master it.

Related material:

Brislen, P. (2019, March 19). Terror attack aftermath: "Free speech" is great, but has its limits. Retrieved March 19, 2019, from

Chen, C. (2019, March 19). ISPs in AU and NZ start censoring the internet without legal precedent. Retrieved March 23, 2019, from

Christchurch mosque attacks: "Predictable risk" in Facebook livestreaming feature. (2019, March 19). Retrieved March 19, 2019, from

Farivar, C. (2012, July 12). Internet content blocking travels downstream, affects unwary users. Retrieved March 23, 2019, from

Fingas, J. (2019, March 18). New Zealand ISPs block websites hosting Christchurch shooting video. Retrieved March 23, 2019, from

Hollister, S. (2019, March 16). Sky New Zealand yanks Sky Australia after Christchurch footage sparks outrage. Retrieved March 23, 2019, from

Katinakis, N. (2019, March 19). Blocking websites hosting footage of the Christchurch terrorist attack. Retrieved March 23, 2019, from

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New Zealand internet providers send open letter to social media providers. (2019, March 19). Retrieved March 19, 2019, from

Paredes, D. (2019, March 17). NZ ISPs block websites with footage of Christchurch shooting. Retrieved March 23, 2019, from

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A new listing of items captured to Zotero. I do a bad job backing up the full file to

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