News You Can Lose: Financial Page: The New Yorker →
Interesting short read on the possible demise of the newspaper as we know it. Check out this nice analogy from the article: Theodore Levitt held up the railroads as a quintessential example of companies’ inability to adapt to changing circumstances. Levitt argued that a focus on products rather than on customers led the companies to misunderstand their core business. Had the bosses realized that...
As Charles Foster Kane who owns eighty-two thousand, six hundred and thirty-four...– Charles Foster Kane
Special report: 'I was still holding my grandson's... →
The following quote is, in my opinion, the crux of the current american problem : “We know they don’t intend to kill the civilians but we don’t believe they care enough not to…”
Macpup: A beautiful remaster of Puppy Linux →
If you have an old computer and you really want to get some new life out of it use this. You will thank me later.