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SF New Mexican: Patients hit with fees amid health care consolidation.

Representatives of several of the state agencies that were contacted said consumers would be best served by asking whether out-of-pocket hospital-based service charges apply under their insurance plans before setting an appointment at a specialty clinic. Caveat emptor, never moreso than with health care.

04/14/14 • 09:40 AM • EconomicsHealthHome & LivingHuman RightsSanta Fe Local • No Comments

Flightclub/Jalopnik: The Awesome R/C Plane Video That Pissed Off The FAA.

Hmmmph. I suspect proof skills/training may end up being required, along with insurance, for use over dense public areas. Most R/C’s don’t have cages around their propellers, and can easily cause personal injury. Imagine the outrage when a newbie takes a $600 drone purchased from Amazon and flies it over a local playground, loses control, and injures a child … all rendered in spectacular color footage.

04/14/14 • 09:18 AM • LawMotion GraphicsPhotography • No Comments

ArtDaily: 3,300 year-old coffin found containing the belongings of a wealthy Canaanite.

A rare artifact that was found next to the skeleton is an Egyptian scarab seal, encased in gold and affixed to a ring. The scarab was used to seal documents and objects. The name of the crown of Pharaoh Seti I, who ruled ancient Egypt in the thirteenth century BCE, appears on the seal.

04/14/14 • 09:06 AM • ArtsHistoryTravel • No Comments

Adobe Blogs: Unable to Login to Lightroom mobile – Unexpected Sign in Failure – Solution

FYI.

04/14/14 • 09:05 AM • AdobePhotographySoftware • No Comments

WaPo: France didn’t ban people from checking work e-mail after 6. This is why it should have.

The reports stemmed from an agreement made between labor unions and a federation of engineering and consulting companies, affecting 250,000 people and involving no official laws.

04/14/14 • 09:03 AM • InternetLawPsychologySmall BusinessTravel • No Comments

ArtDaily: Rare Medieval knight’s sword provides cutting edge to Bonhams Sale.

“Fascinating to anyone who has studied weapons of this kind is a very similar sword which bears an inscription recording its entry into the Arsenal in the frontier city of Alexandria at the time of al-Malik Abu Nasr Shaikh al-Mu’ayyad in the year 1415 A.D. So it is not beyond the realms of the possible that the sword in the Bonhams sale also went Crusading.

04/14/14 • 08:47 AM • ArtsDesignHistory • No Comments

NPR Interview: Robert Dawson, Author Of ‘The Public Library’.

Very pretty, certainly. I’d make a wager that the un-aesthetic public libraries, the ones that don’t get photographed, do the most good.

04/14/14 • 08:36 AM • ArtsBooksHome & Living • No Comments

ArtDaily: Sale of Important Veteran, Vintage, and Commercial Vehicles and Automobilia.

Check out the ‘22 double-decker!

04/14/14 • 08:32 AM • ArtsConsumptionHistoryTravel • No Comments

LA Times: Hollywood tries to win Christians’ faith.

Religious moviegoers may be actively searching out more spiritually engaging content, but they remain on high alert for perceived distortions of biblical doctrine or any attempt at a bait and switch.” If they like Noah, it puts the lie to ‘bait and switch’. Magic sleeping draught herbs indeed ...

04/14/14 • 08:22 AM • EntertainmentReligion • No Comments

ArtDaily: Lost treasure found after almost 100 years - Wartski exhibits missing Fabergé egg.

One of the eight missing imperial Faberge eggs will go on show in London after it was purchased by a scrap metal dealer in a flea market in the United States. London antique dealer Wartski said the man bought the egg a few years ago for about $14,000, completely unaware that it was worth about $33 million (24 million euros).” Now there’s a return on investment. I’d like to see the eventual provenance trace on this one.

04/14/14 • 08:14 AM • ArtsHistory • No Comments

365/2: 103.

365/2: 103.

Near 80 yesterday, and now we have a winter storm watch for northern NM. Weather’s moving in!

Later: Outtake, just before dark. Strange brown strip of clouds.

04/13/14 • 04:03 PM • PersonalPhotographySanta Fe Local • No Comments

365/2: 102. Best seat in Galisteo, NM.

365/2: 102.

04/12/14 • 05:35 PM • PersonalPhotographySanta Fe Local • No Comments

365/2: 101.

365/2: 101.

Our other plum tree is in full bloom. Sun is happy about it.

04/11/14 • 04:03 PM • PersonalPhotographySanta Fe Local • No Comments

SciAm: Ohio Links Fracking to Earthquakes, Announces Tougher Rules.

In the strongest wording yet from the state linking energy drilling and quakes, the Ohio Department of Natural Resources (ODNR) said that injecting sand, water and chemicals deep underground to help release oil and gas may have produced tremors in Poland Township last month.

04/11/14 • 03:04 PM • EnvironmentalNaturePoliticsScience • No Comments

HiConsumption: The 10 Best Porsches of All Time.

Aha. So that’s what this weirdsmobile was that I spotted last year. A Porsche Abarth.

04/11/14 • 11:12 AM • ConsumptionDesignPhotography1 Comment

Cool Blog Name To Come: The fuss over late-night hosts.

You can say that late night became fossilized long ago, but even if we don’t watch these programs regularly, we get comfort from knowing they are on the air. Late night represents tradition, a powerful idea at a time when there seem to be few certainties.” 

04/11/14 • 10:07 AM • Entertainment • No Comments

Re/code: The First Good News About the Heartbleed Bug Emerges.

The more eyes we get on the problem, the more confident we will be that, in spite of a number of other ways the Heartbleed vulnerability was extremely bad, we may have gotten lucky and been spared the worst of the potential consequences.

04/11/14 • 09:19 AM • InternetSecurity • No Comments

★ Reeder 2 for mac public beta 1.

Here.

04/11/14 • 09:18 AM • InternetSoftware • No Comments

CNet: Heartbleed coder admits ‘oversight’ but backs open source.

… Seggelmann told British newspaper The Guardian that the bug’s eventual discovery shows the value of publically available open source code.” Ask everyone who’s had to clean up a hacked Wordpress site ...

04/11/14 • 08:43 AM • InternetSecurity • No Comments

PolarSSL.

Just FYI. I see it being bandied about as an alternative to OpenSSL.

04/11/14 • 08:41 AM • InternetSecurity • No Comments

WaPo: Social Security, Treasury target taxpayers for their parents’ decades-old debts.

The aggressive effort to collect old debts started three years ago — the result of a single sentence tucked into the farm bill lifting the 10-year statute of limitations on old debts to Uncle Sam.” 

04/11/14 • 08:40 AM • EconomicsHome & LivingPolitics • No Comments

Cisco Security Advisory: OpenSSL Heartbeat Extension Vulnerability in Multiple Cisco Products.

Er … it’s a rout.

04/11/14 • 08:37 AM • InternetSecurity • No Comments

n+1: What Happened to Canada?

What is happening in Canada is part of a much larger trend: the formidable disciplinary forces of late capitalism are exerting themselves everywhere, including in other western democracies, where governments are scaling back social programs while lavishing tax concessions and subsidies on industry. The European Union and the United States are similarly absorbing market shocks on behalf of business while allowing downturns to undermine the poor and working class.” Been wondering what the blazes is going on North of the border. Via wood s lot.

04/11/14 • 08:09 AM • EnvironmentalHuman RightsPolitics • No Comments

ArtDaily: The Greek Monsters come to New York City.

Aw, looks like fun.

04/11/14 • 08:04 AM • ArtsHistoryTravel • No Comments

Hey, my Spotify finally upgraded.

So ‘last week’, I know. Wow man … black. Still can’t make folders for organizing playlists. Meh.

04/10/14 • 07:23 PM • InternetMobileMusicSoftware • No Comments
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