Who benefits from granny flat give-away? “S.D. aims for more granny flats” (May 8): The facts about “The Granny Flat Pilot Program,” in case you missed the U-T’s article, suggested by the Housing Commission for additional housing. The problem is, the first 40 permits and reduced fees will only go to those affiliated with the Housing Commission, not … [Read more...] about Your Opinions: Will San Diego embrace the granny flat movement?
A little over half a century ago, chaos started spilling out of a famous experiment. It came not from a petri dish, a beaker or an astronomical observatory, but from the vacuum tubes and diodes of a Royal McBee LGP-30. This “desk” computer—it was the size of a desk—weighed some 800 pounds and sounded like a passing propeller plane. It was so loud that it … [Read more...] about These Hidden Women Helped Invent Chaos Theory
The big news this week was actually the fallout from Trump’s decision to add Huawei to the known entity list last week. The dominoes started falling when Google revoked Huawei’s access to Android on Sunday. Since then, Qualcomm, Intel, Arm, the SD Association, the Wi-Fi Alliance, and others have cut ties with the Chinese company to comply with U.S. law. Keep track … [Read more...] about This week in Android: Huawei’s never-ending woes
MOBARA, Japan — President Donald Trump presented a special Trump trophy to the winner of a sumo tournament in Tokyo on Sunday as he got a taste of one of Japan’s most treasured cultural institutions. The honor given to Trump was part of a charm offensive Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe continued Sunday as he courted the president with three things close to his … [Read more...] about Trump awards trophy at marquee sumo event in Tokyo
There is little dispute that hate has largely moved from community clubhouses into virtual spaces, making it easy for like-minded people to fellowship from afar, no membership required.But organized hate groups have not entirely lost their appeal.The Southern Poverty Law Center, a nonprofit that tracks hate and extremist groups across the U.S., found 1,020 such organizations in … [Read more...] about Which ‘hate’ groups are operating in San Diego?