James Bamford, NSA, liberal arts 'educated' publishers, hackers, malware, phishing, and
altenergy energy mountebanks

First posted
Friday September 4, 2015 18:38
Wednesday November 18, 2015 14:58

Think $. Advance?

Maybe not. 0$ instead?

But neat %.

Better than Elsivier. Which is not sending royalty statements.

Or Academic Press which did not send royalty payments. Until pressured on Internet

Wednesday November 18, 2015 08:13

Cyber terrorism Windows laptop drivers evidence surfacing.

Lenovo,Tohiba, Dell, and HP laptop driver support websites visited to gather evidence Tuesday November 17. And Best Buy in Rio Rancho, New Mexico.

7, 7 pro, Vista, 8, 8.1, 10, 10FU, both 32 and 64 bits, drivers too much work and expensive for laptop manufacturers.

Cyber terrorist appears attempt to destroy operating system software by with too many versions with unsupported drivers.

Example: Flex 3-1470 Laptop (Lenovo). No 32 bit Network LAN (Ethernet) drivers available. And No xp or Vista.

Hackers destruction of some electronic businesses with IT staff unable to cope with required security softwre tasks?

Amazon and GoDaddy hit by HaX.R00T malware attack but recovered.

Comcast/Xfinity has not recovered from @comcast.net email attack.

gmail appears better but may have its contacts software penetrated.

Messing with wong cats bad idea?

We are upset. Reason.


Friday October 13, 2015 21:01

Coping: Adventures in Publishing.

The book, by the way, which is titled “DreamOver” may be found on Amazon over here.

First, the price of the book is $3.99.

Let’s talk about pricing, since I brought it up. The Amazon Kindle self-publishing route is a good business model. Authors can get up to 70% of whatever the sales price of a book happens to be.

But, the author doesn’t really make that.

First day sales of the book came to 104 units. In theory, one would think that should come out to $290.47. But, since computers track everything, it really comes out to $276.65. Where did the difference go? Amazon has fees for delivery by the file size…so the only way a person could really make the whole 70% would be to publish a book which had a size of zero. My book is bigger than most novels because it has a couple of illustrations in it (eight, I think) and they are integral to the story – but those cost something on the delivery end. What is the Ure saying? (Repeat after me a cappella…)

Urban survival subscripton reason.

21 Colleges That Nobody Wants To Go To Anymore.

Colleges with the Biggest Decrease in Applications.

Whitman College.

#9 Percent Decrease: -9.39%

Absolute Decrease: -268 With just 1,541 total students,
Whitman College offers small class sizes (10-19 students on average) and a great student-faculty ratio (9:1).

The acceptance rate rose to 57% in 2013.

Reed College

Percent Decrease: -7.6%

Absolute Decrease: -238 Despite the decrease in applications, Reed College admitted 10.6% more students.

The acceptance rate jumped from 35.9% in 2012 to 48.5% in 2013.

Sunday September 27, 2015 17:44


Saturday September 26, 2015 17:44


Should it be Büehler or Bühler?

John Köehler, president and publisher. John is the company founder and runs its day-to-day operations. He is an award-winning graphics designer, and the author of five books. He earned a BFA in Communications Arts and Design from Virginia Commonwealth University and attended graduate studies at George Washington University in Washington, D.C. John’s professional career includes being creative director of a major advertising agency and running a design studio.

Joe Coccaro, vice president and executive editor. Joe is chief editor and in charge of acquisitions. Joe joined the company after nearly three decades as reporter, columnist, editor and senior newsroom manager at several major newspapers, including Virginia’s largest and most widely circulated daily, The Virginian-Pilot. Joe holds an MA in writing from the S.I. Newhouse School of Communications at Syracuse University, where he also studied as an undergraduate.


Wednesday September 23, 2015 08:45

Amazon phish.
But their use continued to proliferate, and they became more sophisticated, as illustrated by Volkswagen’s admission this week that 11 million diesel cars worldwide were equipped with software used to cheat on emissions tests...

Tuesday September 22, 2015 18:15

Chapter outline essential for getting book contract. And advance, of course.
American Genocide

Wednesday September 23, 2015 09:28


1 What happened.

2 Bad writing. Bad thinking.

3 What the liberal arts 'educated' tried to do.

4 Courtroom battles.

5 Iran spy sting bust.

6 HaX.R00T hack attack.

7 Adrmiral porn and the FCC.

8 Intel Haswell windows xp installation tutorial.

9 Microsoft malware?

10 Under software control.

11 Book publisher search.

12 Altenergy: liberal arts 'educated' enter energy business.

13 Liberal arts 'education' failure.

14 Retaliation

Hacking book written at Sandia labs funded by NSA.

Tuesday September 22, 2015 09:32



On Liberal Arts.

1 The Five-Minute Commencement Speech
Or, what IR theory can teach you about living a happy and productive life.

2 George Bush consciously decided to invade Iraq without the slightest idea of what he would do once Saddam was defeated. These governments (and many others) allowed myths, delusions, and wishful thinking to guide their decisions, and the world paid an enormous price for their blunders."

3 Architectural Katas.

4 The United States has proven to be a good ally in two world wars, but arguably less so in Vietnam, Afghanistan, or Iraq.

5 In technology as in politics, choosing your allies—your coworkers—can make a huge difference. A good manager can make everything effortless for you.

6 Maybe that liberal arts degree wasn't such a bad idea after all.

US Poised to Unveil Next Super Bomber.

Vietnam losses. B-52 Stratofortress-- --31 total, 17 in combat


Monday September 21, 2015 08:15

Liberal arts 'educated' aircraft replacement business venture?

Aircraft losses of the Vietnam War.
60 UH-1 were destroyed.
1 UH-1A was destroyed
357 UH-1B were destroyed
365 UH-1C were destroyed
886 UH-1D were destroyed
90 UH-1E were destroyed
18 UH-1F were destroyed
1313 UH-1H were destroyed
176 UH-34D were destroyed

The Mach 2 capable F-105 conducted the majority of strike bombing missions during the early years of the Vietnam War; it was the only U.S. aircraft to have been removed from combat due to high loss rates.

F105 pilot shot down over Vietnam in F105. Broke ankle. Airlift rescue.

Durango CO photo.

Rain spatters against James' ABC news office window in London

Power fails again.


Laptop battery working. 

LEDs illminate keybord.

Internet working.

Checks door lock. And his 9mm S&W.

James pulls blanket around him.

Then Googles ...

Good liberal arts 'educated' writing?

Writing about liberal arts 'educated' publishers more informative than writing for them?

We would be happy to evaluate your manuscript, but we need to see it. We only consider work that is completed.

Hahaha. Hacker scent? Not the way the book writing game works.

Viz required for book sales.

Tuesday September 15, 2015 19:38

60th reunion? So many departed.

Peter Benson.

bthompson@siouxcitylibrary.org or 712-255-2933 ext. 251.


Monday September 14, 2015 20:20




Wednesday September 9, 2015 12:25

National Liberal Arts Colleges Rankings.


National Universities Rankings.

Wednesday September 9, 2015 07:31

Hello Lonnie, Kim, Chuck and John.


FORTH is a virtual machine [VM] software technology predecessor used in Android and Java cell phones. And likely iPhones.

VM technology proves to be about an order of magniture more realiable than Real Mode [RM] C/assembler used to implement Microsoft Windows. And wind turbine real-time operating systems.

VM technology is used to rapidly transport software to other hardware platforms. 'Write once, run everywhere'.

Shattuck School involved in VM technology, class of 1956.

With NSA funding.

Tuesday September 8, 2015 08:20

Microsoft managers of Windows 7-10 in for PTSD?

xp+ a good idea to upgrade 7-10?

Köehlerstudios publisher.


is about the liberal arts 'educated' too.

Dumb idea, lots of money spent, lots of people killed and damaged, project failure. Like Windows 7-10?

Monday September 7, 2015 07:20

Book focus on malware? Not entirely.

Way the liberal arts 'educated' attempt to solve problems. Their 'thinking' processes.
Malware. 60 minutes,Sunday September 6, 2015.

Where do journalists come from? They are manufactured in America's universities in a liberal arts curriculum.

Mark Mathis

Saturday September 5, 2015 06:36

cocccaro.joe@ gmail.com

Social engineering hacker expertise example?

No headers.

Friday September 4, 2015 19:45

Writers not trustworthy.

Liberal arts 'educated' writers usually have an agenda given to them by those with money.

Especially msm writers.

That awful power, the public opinion of a nation, is created in America by a horde of ignorant, self-complacent simpletons who failed at ditching and shoemaking and fetched up in journalism on their way to the poorhouse.
Mark Twain





Soul in tact.
King James Bible.

For what shall it profit a man, if he shall gain the whole world, and lose his own soul?

Bamford quote.

The most wanted man in the world. Scorpion silhouette named james.

Welcome to our world.

Bamford turned nsa into these guys. For genocide. :(

scorpion silhouette named james.

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