Chrome Canary Channel now available for Android | AndroidGuys. There is a reason miners bring canaries into mines. They are sensitive creatures, and will die of noxious gases first. So, when Google names its most experimental Chrome build Canary, it might be a clue. If you don't mind being on the bleeding edge, and subjecting your sensitive soul to a browser that is called Canary, have at it. I think I will stay with the stable build, and, when I really want to take a risk, go with the Beta version. Do you smell something?
While the FutureLawyer blog is a politics free zone, and I hereby tell all my readers that I agree with them on everything, whatever their politics, (Yes, I am willing to pander to you), I must offer my favorite author's take on the political discussion. I give you William Shakespeare:
Soylent Tells Everyone to Throw Out Food Bars After Customers Fall Violently Ill. Why any food company would name itself after a movie (Soylent Green, 1973) in which a post apocalyptic corporation makes the only food available a protein bar made out of human beings, is beyond me. But, claiming to be a health food, and then putting out a product that makes people sick, is beyond belief. Did anyone test this product before putting it on store shelves? There are plenty of tasty ways to get complete nutrition that have served humans well for thousands of years. And they don't involve clones of a food bar made out of people. Jeez.
Biglaw Firm Tells Lawyers To Bill Clients For Time Spent On Toilet | Above the Law. This has to be a joke post, or a troll, right? Nope. This is a serious billing rule from a BigLaw International firm that is involved in a merger. Do BigLaw clients condone this practice? Do the shareholders of the BigCorp clients of the BigLaw firms know this? This rule gives to meaning to crappy advice. I predict a new specialty: toilet law. What are the laws relating to advice given on the toilet? How do you measure the time? Of course, as the FutureLawyer, I could record my time on my SmartWatch, and then send the data via BlueTooth. Jeez.
Tigger is one of my favorite Disney characters. Pure joy in being alive, despite the challenges, is something I aspire to every day. Now, Disney is sharing some of its animatronic genius with the world, and is developing an autonomous robot that emulates Tigger's jumping motion. Makes me smile every time I see it. Now, go jump through your day.