Monthly Archives: January 2015
Sharing a “pirated” edition of an interview against IP. What could be better?
John Stossel and Stephan Kinsella
But without regulators, monopolies would take over!
Yesterday, the Federal Communication Commission revealed that it took in a record $44.9 billion in bids for it s AWS-3 wireless spectrum auction. Today, it released more data about the winners and…
With Lindsey Graham announcing, the GOP field is so bad that even Mitt doesn’t want to be associated with it. This is how Santorum ends up nominated.
What?! I think most minds have been warped for quite some time. What do you think?
How does modern propaganda work? How effective is it? Adam blows these issues wide open with an incredible series of man on the street interviews. For the re…
Too bad. Should definitely be on the product backlog.
Real-time traffic app Waze’s police spotting feature is a deterrent for dangerous driving, not a tool that can “track” police officers, Google officials said in response to concerns from the Los Angeles police chief.
Spoiler: AAPL will blow out their forecast and set a disappointingly low forecast for next quarter.
In 3 months, repeat.
Like the movie itself, this review is fairly nuanced and ambivalent until a disappointing end. Worth a read whether you agree or not.
The reason why many critics dislike American Sniper is rather simple. As I have said earlier, many movie critics want to see a movie that is essentially about American defeat. The movie has to be, in…
“I hope nobody got suckered into this Ponzi scheme.”
Mmmmyeeahh… .. .
Coinbase Inc., a startup backed by $106 million from the New York Stock Exchange, banks and venture-capital firms, will allow individuals and institutions to trade and monitor real-time pricing of the cryptocurrency.
Think your commute is bad?
The driver of a car was lucky to survive after filming Saturday’s shelling in the southeastern Ukrainian city of Mariupol. At least 30 people were killed and more than a hundred injured when rocket fire slammed into a market, schools, homes and shops.
Courtesy: Viktor Zubritsky