As told by Douglas Adams a few years ago. I laugh every time I read this, and today I shared it with my wife for the first time and so felt compelled to share it with you, too.
Living in the US I hear a lot of heated rhetoric about taxes. While I’m not an economist, I do want to weigh in on what I see as a glaring logical flaw in how low taxes are supposed to benefit the little guy.
As part of its ongoing PR-ification of the financial crisis, Citigroup has posted the hilariously tautological “A Safer Approach to Risk“. Here’s a quote from the article: For our society to function efficiently, capital needs to flow. But the attendant risk must be better managed. That’s why we’ve strengthened our commitment to responsible finance. And… Continue reading The New Citigroup
From an amazing photo blog I just discovered.
I just authored this on a plane, while sitting in an exit row, in honour of Exit Rows everywhere.
Hey honey, let’s hit the great outdoors this weekend, huh? How about it? Imagine! The dirt under your feet, the wind whistling through the trees, and an iPhone suspended 10 inches from your face.
My 73-year-old Mum tearfully but forcefully asking Douglas Rushkoff whether Second Life might be a stupid distraction from our real lives. This was during his Digital Nation round-table. Mum is awesome. Here she is hugging a copyright-violating bear.
from CNNBC Video: http://cf.cnnbcvideo.com/embed.swf