You may have sworn off politics for awhile after the extremely long election cycle that just ended, and I wouldn’t blame you if you did. If you do have any interest left in the subject though, I highly recommend setting aside some time to read through Newsweek’s epic seven part series, titled Secrets of the […]
Month: November 2008
What To Do About Detroit?
Update on Nov 18 @ 9:30am: Jonathan Cohn at The New Republic makes a good case for an auto bailout with conditions. Without one, Chapter 7 (liquidation) might be Detroit’s only other option. I’m deeply torn about what our government should do about GM, Ford, and Chrysler – a fact that doesn’t sit well with […]
Feeding the Monster (or, The End)
The more time passes, and the more that I learn about America’s crumbling financial system, the more I think maybe we should just let it all burn. You know, start over from scratch.
The Electronic Wasteland
Last night’s 60 Minutes featured an important story about a town in China that has become a dumping ground for “recycled” electronics. Their reporters did some great undercover work, and managed to get physically assaulted in the process. You can view the segment below, or on CBS’s website.
I don’t watch much football at any level (NFL, college, high school) these days, but I heard a story on Saturday’s Weekend America program that I thought was interesting, more from an innovation point of view than anything.
Yes We Can.
As I sit here watching the amazing scene taking place in Grant Park, Chicago, I can’t help but feel moved. This is a historic day for America, whatever your political views. I’m one of the many Conservatives who voted for Barack Obama, partially because we believe the current Republican party did not deserve to be […]
I don’t know if me being excited about this Amazon announcement is more a statement of me as a person, or this crazy world we live in, and I don’t care. Amazon’s new Frustration-Free Packaging program they just launched is 10 shades of awesome. Everyone – customer, manufacturer, deliverer, and Amazon – wins. So anyway, […]