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 ...
Via Monty Pelerin's World blog, Facts are stubborn things. No matter how hard the Washington crowd tries to sell an economic recovery, inconvenient and contrary facts keep rearing up to shatter their mythmaking. Few people any longer believe the claims of declining unemployment or low inflation at least based on purchases they make.
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 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.