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Staples: I have added Staples.ca and Staples.com to the electronics vendors. It is very tedious work researching and entering the sku numbers for every relevant product that these vendors stock. I am about half way through so far.
I am doing reasonably well with HIV (Human Immuno-deficiency Virus). My new drugs are now
holding down the HIV. Nausea and diarrhea are tolerable. I am not sleeping all the time. Last revised/verified:2014-08-25
Public Domain Status
In the event of my death, the entire mindprod.com website will revert to the public domain, including
downloadable programs and source. You will be welcome to repost and modify any or
all of the material on the website. Knowledge keeps no better than fish. I don’t let people repost my material with a few exceptions
(e.g. print or foreign languages).
The problem is I am constantly changing everything and there is still no technology to keep all the other copies up to date.
The Canadian Mind Products website is now hosted by
Inter-Corporate.com. One nice service they offer is buying domain names for you
charging only flat
per year (i.e. zero markup on the Verisign Network Solutions/InterNIC fee) for
.com, .org,.net, .edu and
per year for .ca. Email
for more information. Also see domains essay for more
Because English has changed so much over the centuries from input from so many other languages, its spelling has
become intractable. Even worse is pronunciation with randomly silent hs, rs, ts and ls. It is time for a
simplifying overhaul to make the language spelled as she is pronounced. We need this reform for English to take on
its rôle as universal second language. It is far to hard to learn as it is. We might even permit optional
regularisms like swimmed instead of swam and I be instead of I am in the
interlanguage. We need to look at how ESL (English as a Second Language)
speakers butcher the language. We need to find simplifications so those speakers will
find English more natural.