I refuse to assume (contrary to the modern practice) that someone who disagrees with me is either stupid or ill-intentioned or both [OK, I did call people idiots here -- sorry, I was ranting]. Intelligent people of goodwill can disagree with each other, and the world would be a better place if more people embraced that simple notion.
If anyone knows anything about the web, where its been and where its going, it's David Weinberger.?? As a co-author of the seminal Clue Train Manifesto, Weinberger gave a generation of web innovators a clue as to how the web would evolve. In Too Big To Know -?? Weinberger sets out to argue that the ...
A couple days ago, I wrote a post complaining that Google Plus, rather than quickly turning into a viable Facebook alternative, feels like an echo chamber dominated by techies.
Well, echo chambers aren't always bad. A nice thing about them is the way a small, shrill noise like my rant can resonate into something deeper and more interesting.
I find it increasingly difficult to keep up with economically stupid proposals.
Commenting on central bank foolishness is a full time job in and of itself. Factor in unions, Keynesian and Monetarist clowns, and I hardly get any sleep. Economic nonsense in France, Spain, and elsewhere in Europe sends the situation over the top.
A London, U.K., bank worker tried to kill her “manipulative and controlling” magistrate mother with a deadly poison bought over the Internet, in a plot inspired by Breaking Bad, the hit television thriller, a London court heard Monday.