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WOW. WOW. WOW.
What a match. After another amazing innings by Virat ‘Midas’ Kohli and 192 on the board I thought that India had it sealed and that my prediction, even from this morning, of the ‘Battle of the Raj‘, India v. England, was going to the Final of the ICC World Twenty20, #ICCWT20.
When Gayle went for 5, after 6 balls, I was convinced the Windies were screwed. Then Marlon ‘Bloody’ Samuels, yet again, played like girl having her first period and wracked by cramps.
I have always LIKED Lendl Simmons BUT had forgotten about him. He hadn’t played in any of the previous matches. I thought we was on the field as a sub. And he dropped a catch. But Lendl CAN BAT — as he demonstrated.
And Johnson Charles and Andre Russell. They didn’t even need Bravo or Sammy. AMAZING.
I did say, on Monday, that for the West Indies to beat India, at home, somebody would have to score 70+ of 180+. Lendl Simmons came close; 82 at 161 S/R. Andre Russell batted at 215 S/R.
Now the BIG question … did the Windies play their ONE BIG innings of the tournament. Will they have any gas in the tank for the Final on April 3?
It will be fascinating.
Thank YOU the West Indies. Sorry for the all the BAD things I have said about you in the last year. SMILE.
Now it is also possible, given Sony’s clout and drive, that they PAID OFF sources and Websites NOT to talk about the RX10 III before it was announced.
Notice that I used ‘detractor’ vs. ‘killer’ in my title. The FZ1000, as I have found, is one heck of a camera and it is going to 1/2 the price of the RX10 III — and for many that would be more of an incentive than the added 200mm (though it is a 50% increase).
I am sure Panasonic could match the RX10 III with a 600mm zoom FZ2000. BUT, I am not sure that would be enough.
What would REALLY make a difference is IF Panasonic came up with a Micro Four Thirds FZ with a 500mm or 600mm zoom. I guess all of the lens dynamics will make it a big camera. BUT that would be the ULTIMATE Bridge Camera.
And is this what the so called LX200 is … a Micro Four Thirds with a BIG ZOOM?
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Not sure whether Apple and others are being disingenuous here BUT from the time I heard of Cellebrite’s involvement with the FBI to bypass the “wrong password” retry safeguards it was very clear to me that Cellebrite MUST offer this service to others.
I also don’t think that the FBI was their first client.
It would appear that they have been unlocking, in terms of encryption, phones for some time now.
In the case of iPhones they might have reverse engineered some of the iOS source code at the MACHINE CODE instruction level (as opposed to C++ code). Reverse engineering code is doable with enough smarts and hard work.
What we now need is ENCRYPTED machine code! Something that I thought about 40 years ago, while working for IBM, around the same time I came up with my software authentication scheme (which is still used today) in 1978. Think about it. SMILE. It is doable.
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Between the Android pads the kids feel that they must have when travelling, Deanna’s camera and occasionally another Android phone/pad serving as a GPS we are constantly in need of FAST USB charging when we are travelling by car. I had a 4.8A/24W USB charger but that never seemed fast enough. The ZUS is faster and the mood lighting is way cool. I do NOT typically have a problem losing my cars but the free (built-in) Car Finder APP is neat to have and will amuse the kids. They will want the APP on their Androids.
Check it out. This is a serious USB car charger for those of us who have serious USB charging needs.
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That was quite the upset. New Zealand had been unbeaten and had pulled off some amazing wins.
England was impressive. Once they dismissed the Black Caps for that low score I knew they had a very good chance of winning and they got off to a very good start. So it was not a gripping run-chase. My the time the Power Play was done you knew that New Zealand were screwed.