With the ugly truth surfacing about Twitter's collaboration with U.S. government agencies and the Democratic Party to censor its platform from facts inconsistent with the mainstream narrative, we repeat our feature story from the 30 June 2019 issue of the Santa Barbara News-Press.
For reasons never explained, he priced his very first Apple computer (April 1976) at $666.
To better understand the belly of the beast one must visit Silicon Valley, where, in 1938, the beast was reborn.
Instead, the old marquee boasts Remember the Night from 1940 and their window display features a poster of James Stewart holding Donna Reed aloft in It’s a Wonderful Life.
|Painting by Thomas Van Stein|
This is where we undertake an in-person Google search.
(We have arrived at the entrance to Emerald City and the Great Oz is unavailable.)
That person’s name is Support.
This illustrated book is about a much-feared "Google Monster" that resides in "Google Land."
And the late Doris Day’s Cypress Inn.