A blogger from CRN magazine poses the question, if Obama is elected who should he appoint as Chief Technology Officer of the US. Sounds a lot like the State Science Institute to me.
Can anyone explain to me why tax payers in California should pony up to give a crazy woman a presidential motorcade?
Earlier this month Apple Computer was sued for patent infringement for the idea of having a light on the cord of a power adapter. Said his lawyer, "They pay us millions of dollars, that’s the next step."
The Associated Press reports that the President is considering options to bail out sub-prime lendees.
This story from the July 9, 2007 issue of Fortune. The cover has in tiny letters the following quote from Sen. Clinton, "CEOs and other business leaders ‘know I’m trying to figure out how we can have a shared prosperity.’"
Once again, a government’s attempt to control the market cause death and destruction. This from the Boston Globe.
Now this from New York City:
Read a few paragraphs in to find:
The main contractor taking down the building has also been dropped from the job. Project manager Bovis Lend Lease sent a default notice Wednesday to John Galt Corp., giving Galt five days’ notice before it could terminate the contract.
“Galt has demonstrated an inability to comply with the terms of its trade contract with respect to site supervision, maintenance and project safety,” Bovis executive James Abadie wrote in a letter to Galt executives.
Galt has been cited with dozens of safety violations. One citation came after a 15-foot pipe fell 35 stories through the roof of the local firehouse in May. The company was cited early this month after torch work sent burning sparks down through the building."
This article from the San Francisco Chronicle argues that Google should have to pay "reparations" to journalists because the author believes they are putting them out of work.
"It stands to reason that Google and corporations like it, who indirectly benefit so enormously from the expensive labor of journalists, should begin to take on greater civic responsibility for journalism’s plight."