Gin, Television, and Social Surplus – Here Comes Everybody Here’s something four-year-olds know: A screen that ships without a mouse ships broken. Here’s something four-year-olds know: Media that’s targeted at you but doesn’t include you may not be worth sitting still for. Those are things that make me believe that this is a one-way change. [...]
Raised in boom times, many Gen-X and Yers see their dreams go bust – Los Angeles Times People everywhere are coping with rising credit card balances, falling home values and layoffs. But such worries are particularly jarring for a younger slice of the workforce that has known little but long-term financial prosperity and optimism. After [...]
Bank bail-outs to be kept secret | This is Money And what, may I humbly ask, is so special about banks that they are to benefit from this immense generosity. They neither feed us nor water us: they neither clothe us nor house us: they neither educate us nor entertain us: they neither keep us [...]
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‘Medical Travel is Going to Be Part of the Solution’ In South Carolina, a quadruple bypass costs $122,000 if you’re uninsured. To be able to get that [same quadruple bypass] for south of $15,000 at a JCI-accredited hospital with a U.S. board-certified cardiologist, it’s an appealing alternative.
Boy or Girl? The Answer May Depend on Moms Eating Habits – Well – Tara Parker-Pope – Health – New York Times Blog How much a mother eats at the time of conception may influence whether she gives birth to a boy or a girl, a new report shows.
City looks to the heavens for answers – Telegraph “The financial crisis has ensured that I’m busier than ever,” says Skinner. “People in the City need to know what is just around the corner. I can help with that.”keep looking »