The Great Seduction:...

At the risk of turning this podcast into a running response to Andrew Keen, here’s another blog entry from him, this time talking about universities, and their slow/no reaction to the digital revolution.  That’s a poor summary…just read it. I wonder if what he says is true...

The Great Seduction:...

Is our involvement in Afghanistan a sign our country is in decline?  Is there any hope for that region?  If we could wave a magic wand, what would that part of Asia be like (knowing it will never be “just like us”).

Creditors Eye Karmaz...

Does anyone care about satellite radio?  Will there me riots if they go belly up?  Satellite radio seems to me like DAT…it was relevent for a short amount of time for a limited number of people.

Rush Limbaugh has hi...

Really, when are people going to understand how this works.  Talk show hosts are preaching to the converted. Will this strengthen the argument for the Fariness Doctrine? I think the notion that there is a lack of diversity of opinion available to the public is getting more rediculous with...

Podcast #8: Competin...

This week on the podcast, Kyle and I talk about some products and services that thrive on a healthy, competitive marketplace, and we get a little philosophical with some of them.  Follow the links for more info, on either the podcast blog, soloshootsfirst, or Kyle’s Convergence Tangent:...

Windows 7 & the...

On my personal blog last week, I posted a topic in response to the notion Lifehacker was presenting that day– to sum up, that a better Windows product would lead to a shrinking (and possibly, an elimination) of the Linux community. I weighed the merits of both sides of that argument...