Saturday, January 23, 2010
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Wednesday, January 06, 2010
One of the last survivors of the nuclear blasts that ended World War
II died recently at the age of 93, from stomach cancer. He was in
Nagasaki on a business trip. After surviving the blast, he caught a
train home to Hiroshima to experience the second of two blasts. That's
right - two.
Somehow he was able to see the bright side of life, and lived much
longer than those who watched it from TV.
And you thought you had a bad day?
Monday, January 04, 2010
Saturday, January 02, 2010
MIT has partnered with a few others to help develop an interesting web site called Source-Map. This is a totally visual presentation of supply-chains for various products. Do you want to know how iPods are made? This site can show you the route. The visualization of data may be the most important new aspect of the new wave of technology. There's only one problem. It could be considered a progression from the cash registers with pictures on them, instead of numbers.
either assumption will render any positive results. I understand that
this is a fight against deflation and devaluation, but what choice is
there when we all over-did it?
There's too much inventory. Inflation is way out of check. And, no one
will accept an interest rate beyond the normal. The Titans of the
economy mysteriously have answers to fix the problem they helped to
cause in this nation. The answer is there, but no one wants to
consider that option.
The New York Times:
U.S. Loan Effort Is Seen as Adding to Housing Woes
Some economists contend that the Obama administration's $75 billion
program to prevent foreclosures has done more harm than good.
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