Wednesday, November 9, 2016

Despite Donald Trump's Win TPP will still pass

Don't even think that Trump's win is a relief to stop the TPP, there's a 50/50 chance to for the trade deal to pass and there's very little Trump can do to reverse it. While NAFTA is non-binding, the TPP is binding, meaning America could lose billions of dollars under corporate ISDS court if Trump tries to withdraw from the deal.

Japan by now has ratified this trade deal and it has 5 more ratification to go even they do not meet the requirement of a total of 85% GDP..  

Monday, October 24, 2016

Mozilla announces to end support for XP and Vista by March 2017

Mozilla is finally killing its support for Windows XP and Vista. The end date has set to March 2017 with Firefox 53. While this is not official eol from Mozilla, XP users will be moved to version 52 ESR. By then, you will be prevented to startup your browser by Mid-2018.

You must upgrade or switch to another OS like Linux.

Update:

The release for Firefox 53 will be on April 18, 2017.

Wednesday, September 21, 2016

Flash is dead Now that Firefox needs to do is stop supporting Windows XP

This page and the download links will be decommissioned on Sep 29, 2016.

That's the message from Abobe is planning the final stages to kill flash. It will kill off the downloads for enterprises, then it will kill it's product completely by the end of the year.

 Now all Firefox needs to do is get on the bandwagon with Google, Microsoft and Opera and stop supporting XP.

Saturday, April 16, 2016

Sorry fan artists, you cannot draw this English Textbook Teacher

Those who draw an English Textbook Teacher named Ellen Baker from the textbook New Horizon will be sent to prison because publisher Tokyo Shoseki will crack down on fan art especially if Ellen Baker is sexually depicted and no permission is given for any other uses unless it's for teaching materials, .

Thursday, February 11, 2016

No Prime Minister Abe you're not a champion of free speech

I am disgusted how Prime Minister Shinzo Abe acts  the media of television, radio, newspaper and the teachers who oppose his policies. And it's not the failed Three Arrow Abenomics, it's Japanese revisionism.

This so called political neutrality in this case Japan they tell people they must agree that the Emperor of Japan is a god, that Unit 731 doesn't exist, denying that Chinese, Korean, Indonesian, Malaysian, and Australian women were forced into sex slavery, and the Tokyo War Crimes trial was unjustified.

Even if they get their way, they're no match against China because the Japanese population is declining to extinction.

If the next president, it will likely be Hillary Clinton, I hope she will deal with them and defend the comfort women. General Douglas MacArthur made a mistake pitying the Emperor.

Monday, February 8, 2016

That is the end for Zynga

Zynga is winding down to a close and it will likely be shutting down by the middle to the end of this week. As currently zynga's stock went down by over 50 cents. The reason is a previous Adobe flash is dead as HTML5 gets more favorable and soon by 2018 time to upgrade to Windows 10 because Firefox may soon ditch XP although its' WebM video coding H.264 will still be around sometime as H.265 becomes the standard for web streaming video.

The internet is becoming more of a luxury than free. And online gaming could soon be dead.

Online shopping has little to do to shut down mom and pop. The demands of minimum wage by middle class workers and the rise of automated robots and drones

Is America becoming like Wall-E? Close but we're not yet there.

Thursday, February 4, 2016

Adobe plans to kill Flash meaning it's time to ditch XP and vista

Adobe is admitting that flash is dying and it's embracing HTML5 as it drops it from it's product Adobe Connect, a web conference software similar to GoToMeeting. Even more games have go HTML5 or use Unity web player for gaming.

If you're running Firefox on XP, please note that only YouTube supports WebM, and it's limited to only up to 480i.

So it's time to ditch XP now and move on.


Update: It's predicted that Flash will be discontinued in 2018,  although Adobe hasn't announced a set date to sunset its product. You have until then to ditch XP and Vista, if you want to enjoy the wonders of HTML5.