I was sequestered in meetings most of the day yesterday so I missed the coronation. I went to my desk around 5:00pm and opened the Yahoo home page and saw this: My first reaction was hmmm…. I knew that the
After Japan’s asset bubble burst in the late 1980s, their economy took a sharp downturn, prompting government officials to try bailing out banks and investing in infrastructure, much like the activity and proposals floating around America today. The results were
I’m so worn down by the corruption of politicians — both Republicans and Democrats: Ted Stevens, Barney Frank, Chris Dodd, et al…. then Slick sent me this cartoon:
I don’t know if you’ve been paying attention, but I’m afraid the viewpoint depicted below is coming down the path of the O’bama economic ‘stimulus’… us fiscally conservative, entreprenurial guys are not too happy:
We have many of the “hope and change” zealots looking to the January inauguration as if some magical fog is going to immediately change the world the day the O’bama starts work. Meanwhile, in the real world, we’ve already started to
A great posting at Smashing Magazine that lists the top 30 opening title sequences of a films… Take a look
A recent article in the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette describes how students at Carnegie Mellon University are designing equipment to improve football officiating… the proposed solution uses GPS systems in footballs and pressure sensors in gloves.