Might America ‘go the way of GM’ if something isn’t done soon?
Archives for June 15, 2009
Twitter had planned a network outage on Monday evening, but has now postponed it until Tuesday because people were depending on it too much for coverage of the events in Iran. “Our partners are taking a huge risk not just for Twitter but also the other services they support worldwide–we commend them for being flexible Read more →
Thousands gathered at the Vietnam Memorial on the grounds of the State Capitol on Saturday for Minnesota Honors Vietnam Era Veterans. The idea was to give Vietnam vets the return they didn’t get in the ’60s and ’70s. But no one was around today (or perhaps, Sunday) when people scrawled graffiti over a page in Read more →
The images arriving out of Tehran this afternoon are stunning.
Supreme Court justices don’t give very many speeches. If they do, they often don’t allow them to be recorded. So it was a rare day yesterday when Supreme Court justice Anthony Kennedy addressed the graduating class at Stanford University. It takes awhile for him to get to get going, but he appears as we so Read more →
The truth about Roswell, exploring gay Iowa, let’s hear it for the boys, whatever happened to Daniel Hauser and more obsessing over the plight of graduating seniors.