CSMonitor: Pacific Coast as a boom-bust belt. Everything changes. For so long we’ve been told the opportunity is on the West Coast. No longer.
Steve, you will like this one… 46% of all duct tape is produced by the Manco Company – a $100,000 GOP campaign contributor. Irrelevant? You decide.
Looks like Internet usage made a difference in Korean politics.
Speaking of net usage making a difference, learn How Protesters Mobilized So Many and So Nimbly.
A bunch of WashingtonPost readers are pissed at the paper for revealing too much about operations in Iraq. It seems nothing can be kept a secret anymore. I’m all for investigative reporting, but why did they need to publish those details? They didn’t help the reader to better understand the conflict. They didn’t educate the reader as to the news. They didn’t expose to the reader important facts that they needed to know.
Mike looks more and more like a weblogger to me as he begins “phase three”…
According to Newton (yes THAT Newton) the end of the world is soon anyway. Party like it’s 1999.