Category Archives: What Say You?
Tweet from The Economist, Schumpeter writes an article on the value of higher education: “Peter Thiel is a man with money and a mission: he is offering 20 students $100,000 scholarships, over two years, to leave school and start a company … Continue reading
Tweet …from Slate, Christopher Hitchens ponders on the upcoming Royal marriage “A hereditary monarch, observed Thomas Paine, is as absurd a proposition as a hereditary doctor or mathematician. But try pointing this out when everybody is seemingly moist with excitement … Continue reading
Tweet from the New Statesman….Speaking for the proposition: “This house believes whistleblowers make the world a safer place.” Speakers for the proposition were Julian Assange, editor-in-chief of WikiLeaks, Mehdi Hasan, senior editor (politics) of the New Statesman, and Clayton Swisher, … Continue reading
Tweet From the C.B.C.’s Spark, host Nora Young talks to Andrew Gregson about Dynamic Pricing…. “Awhile back, an article in Slate pulled the curtain back on online dynamic pricing. Maybe you’ve heard about it, but it was news -and still … Continue reading
Tweet Abercrombie and Fitch have done it again…..sexualizing tweens is not new ground for Abercrombie, which stirred up controversy when it started selling thongs to pint sized customers in 2002. Nina Mandell, staff reporter for the New York Daily News … Continue reading
Tweet Yesterday I found two similar, but different articles. One via National Public Radio (NPR), the other from the New York Times (NYT). Both cover religion, or perhaps I should say faith, certainly in one instance, faith is required in … Continue reading