James Suruwiecki of the New Yorker and 'Wisdom of Crowds' fame writes that America needs smaller, 'less mad for growth at all cost' type of financial companies.... More Anyone can use images from NASA, as long as they are obeying restrictions of publicity and.... More The Saudis practice the Shariah, a stricter form of law prescribed by the Kuran. Read this spine-chillng account in the Walrus.... More The New York Magazine asks famous New Yorkr this question. Here is what Gawker blog network founder Nick Denton says about New York, " I finally decided to.... More A sampling of things that scientists are scratching their heads furious;y about - Kuiper cliff, tetraneutrons, cold fusion, and the Pioneer.... More 1. Robotics 2.Genetic engineering 3. Zero-gravity/zero-g 4. Deep space 5. Ion drive 6. Pressure suit 7. Computer virus 8. Worm 9. Gas.... More In light of the Tea Parties by rich Republicans on April 15 and the stance taken by Texas Governor Perry, Hendrik Hertzberg of the New Yorker magazine lines.... More Some more questions raised about the superficiality of "professional management" and quantifying everything by the likes of Harvard Business School, this time.... More Can a blog criticize big business and later take ad money from it and show nothing had changed afterwards. That is a challenge the guys at BoingBoing group.... More Australia's Miss Universe contestant Stephanie Naumoska, 19 years of age, was accused by her fellow beauty pageant finalists as being 'too thin'.
The.... More Terms sheets are bible for agreement between startup founders and venture capitals. Terms sheets also spell out who has the power over important startupm.... More OnJolie O'Dell is trying to cash in her Social Capital [good reputation online, friends on social networks, satisfied clients...] to raise small amounts of.... More
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