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2019年05月26日

バラの咲く家



キャベツ畑にモンシロチョウがたくさん飛んでいました。ほっとする、うれしい風景です。
posted by ZUKUNASHI at 23:28| Comment(2) | 日記

今日見かけたGG

2019/5/3(祝)正午前

コートが和服用にも見えますが、ズボンをはいておられるように見えます。いかにも高そうな帽子やバッグが全体の印象を強めています。パーフェクトですね。

2019/5/26(日)午後4時過ぎ

この方、お歳は私と同じくらい? 頭髪は短くして日焼けしておられるのでとても健康的な雰囲気でした。

電車の中で赤と緑のシャツが目を引きました。実際にはこんな色かもう少し鮮やか。ジーパンに締めたベルトが目立ちます。ウエストが締まっているから様になるんですよね。サンダルというか草履履き。


袈裟懸けに掛けたバックが決まっています。もう何年も使っているような感じがよい。尻が小さいから歩くたびにバッグが跳ねることもない。手に下げた袋は、衣類ではないでしょうか。店へ行って自分で選ぶんですね。

このおやじ(爺さん)はかなりのおしゃれです。
posted by ZUKUNASHI at 23:04| Comment(0) | 日記

関東ナンバーの自家用車を見かけることが東京以西で増えている

5月初めの連休ころから東京よりも西の地域で関東ナンバーの自家用車を以前よりも多く見かけるとの情報が複数寄せられています。

それ以前から始まっていてこのところその傾向が強まったために情報として寄せられたものとみられます。ともに観察眼のある読者から伺っています。

関東の住人にドライブ熱が高まっている?

意識的かあるいは無意識のうちに、関東の中で東寄り、北寄りを避けているために西に向かっている?

それとも何か別の要因がある?

余命が限られていることを感覚的に察知し、生命の燃焼を急いでいる。
関東にいると体調が悪いが西に行くと改善する。

いやもうすでに死に場所を求めて右往左往している?

おーっ! そんなことは思っても言ってはいけないことですよね。めっ、めっ!
posted by ZUKUNASHI at 11:40| Comment(0) | 福島原発事故

便利なモバイルルーター 予備回線として使える

2019/5/26、10時過ぎインターネット回線が停止。何が原因か不明だが、とにかく回線確保。

デスクトップに超小型のWifi受信機をつけ、モバイルルーター起動。
すぐにインターネットが使えます。

管理人の場合は、システムテストのために格安SIMを購入しましたが、ロケットモバイルの神プランは安くてよい。

ほとんど使わないアイフォンの音声SIMをロケットの音声SIM(データ通信容量はごくわずか)に変えようとしていますが、新規は受付停止中。他の携帯キャリアの番号を移行させないと契約ができない。

ロケットモバイルは携帯電話番号の取得ができなくなっている?

そりゃそうだ、特に年配者はガラケーでもよい人が多い。そんな人は電話ができればOKだろう。データ通信容量をほとんど使わない人は、格安SIMへの偏見が消えれば、どっと流れ込むはず。

アイフォンについて、いつ切り替えるか検討中。MNPで番号を移行させると3000円余計にかかる。
posted by ZUKUNASHI at 10:45| Comment(0) | デジタル・インターネット

岐阜県も愛知県も汚染はあります 人口動態の感度は確か



岐阜県も愛知県も汚染はあります。岐阜県は、農産品の検査をしなかったか、しても結果を出しませんでした。岐阜県産の野菜を食すると体調がおかしくなるとの情報がありました。管理人はシイタケの検査結果をわずか1件得ているだけです。

厚生労働省全国人口動態統計速報による出生死亡比率の変化度合い
posted by ZUKUNASHI at 10:13| Comment(0) | 日記

Huawei's 5G 'will absolutely not be affected' by US blacklist, founder says

FARSNEWS2019/5/23
Senators Offer Bipartisan Bill to Help US Firms Remove Huawei Equipment from Networks
TEHRAN (FNA)- A bipartisan group of senators introduced legislation Wednesday to help US firms remove Chinese telecom equipment from companies like Huawei if it's deemed a national security threat.

The legislation would require fifth generation, or 5G, wireless networks be free of equipment or services provided by Chinese telecommunications companies Huawei and ZTE, The Hill reported.

It also would establish a “supply chain trust fund” program to help US firms remove Huawei equipment from their networks.

The measure would require the establishment of an “interagency program”, led by the Department of Homeland Security, to share information with communications companies on risks and vulnerabilities of networks.

The bill was introduced by Senate Commerce Committee Chairman Roger Wicker (R-Miss.), Senate Intelligence Committee ranking member Mark Warner (D-Va.) and Sen. Tom Cotton (R-Ark.), with Sens. Ed Markey (D-Mass.) and Dan Sullivan (R-Alaska) as co-sponsors.

Wicker, whose committee has examined 5G security in the recent months, said in a statement that “5G networks need to be robust and secure, and not rely on equipment or services that pose a national security risk”.

Warner cited national security threats from Huawei and ZTE in highlighting the importance of the bill.

“While we’ve made enormous progress in educating the private sector of the dangers these vendors pose, we haven’t put in place policies to help resource-strapped rural carriers address and eliminate those risks,” he said in a statement, adding that “this bill ensures that on a going-forward basis we don’t make the same mistakes in allowing companies subject to extra-judicial directions of a foreign adversary to infiltrate our nation’s communications networks.”

The bill is the latest piece of legislation introduced to secure 5G networks from potential Chinese threats, and comes a day after a bipartisan group of House members introduced a related measure that calls for the creation of a “national strategy” to protect 5G wireless networks from security threats. Rep. Abigail Spanberger (D-Va.) is the bill's the main sponsor.

President Donald Trump last week signed an executive order banning US companies from using telecommunications equipment from any company deemed a national security risk.

The Commerce Department also formally added Huawei to its list of blacklisted trade groups last week, though it issued a temporary license on Monday allowing US companies to have “limited engagements” with Huawei for 90 days.


FARSNEWS2019/5/23
Japan's Panasonic Suspends Transactions with China's Huawei
TEHRAN (FNA)- Japanese consumer electronics company Panasonic announced the suspension of all transactions with Chinese telecommunications giant Huawei in the wake of a decision by Washington to add the company to a list of companies considered as a threat to US national security.

The broadcaster FNN reported on Thursday that the Japanese company had suspended all transactions involving Huawei and 68 companies affiliated with it.

However, on its China website Panasonic stated is was supplying Huawei Technologies Co Ltd normally.

The news comes just a day after two Japanese mobile operators, KDDI and SoftBank, postponed the upcoming launch of Huawei smartphone sales in light of Google banning software updates for devices made by the Chinese telecom giant. Google cut off Huawei's access to updates of its Android operating system on Monday. Another Japanese operator, NTT Docomо, has also stopped accepting pre-orders for Huawei devices.

In mid-May, US President Donald Trump issued an executive order adding Huawei and its 70 affiliates to a trade blacklist, thereby restricting its activity in the country. From now on, US companies will be required to receive permission to do business with the telecom company. As a result, Google suspended its business operations with Huawei, including the transfer of hardware, software and technical services, except those publicly available via open source licensing.

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RT2019/5/21
Huawei's 5G 'will absolutely not be affected' by US blacklist, founder says
Huawei isn't going away just because the US government has tried to ban it from its markets, company founder Ren Zhengfei has said, declaring that the Trump administration "underestimates our strength."

"Huawei's 5G will absolutely not be affected" by the Commerce Department's ban on selling or transferring US technology to the company, Ren told Chinese state media. "In terms of 5G technologies, others won't be able to catch up with Huawei in two or three years."

The 90-day grace period before Huawei is officially blacklisted from doing business with US companies does not have much impact on the company, Ren claimed, adding: "We are ready."

A Huawei spokesperson assured reporters that nothing would change for US residents with Huawei devices, or even those planning to buy a device in the future – possibly because the Chinese firm is already in talks with Google on how to manage the ban.

Huawei has bracing for such a ban after the company watched fellow Chinese telecom ZTE struggle with a similar blacklisting maneuver last year. Unable to do business with US firms and unable to fill the equipment void itself, ZTE closed its doors for four months, throwing itself on the mercy of the US government and reopening its business more than $1 billion poorer. Not so for Huawei: not only has it been developing its own mobile operating system since 2012 to break dependence on Google's Android, but it already makes half the chips used in its devices.

"We cannot be isolated from the world," Ren boasted, adding that while Huawei was at odds with the US government, it was not the enemy of US companies.

While Trump's emergency order last week did not mention China or Huawei by name, it clearly targets both, giving the Secretary of Commerce the right to block any activity posing an "unacceptable risk to the national security of the United States or the security and safety of United States persons." The Commerce Department then moved to blacklist Huawei and 68 related companies from doing business with US firms.

The US has tried to convince its allies that Huawei is an unconscionable security risk, feeding information directly to the Chinese government through backdoors in its equipment. For its part, Huawei has accused the US of discrimination, claiming American telecoms cannot handle competition and pointing out the US' own record of backdooring allies' communications. Washington’s efforts to convince the EU and its member nations to bar Huawei from their 5G networks have failed so far – although Australia has agreed to adopt such a ban.

The battle over Huawei reflects the ongoing trade war between the US and China. Both countries have slapped additional tariffs onto the other's exports after trade talks fell apart earlier this month, and Trump has threatened to dramatically expand the categories of goods taxed this summer.
posted by ZUKUNASHI at 00:24| Comment(0) | 国際・政治