Today, president Obama “laid out 23 executive actions that he believes will help reduce gun violence” surrounded by the very children he seeks to protect.
During his Monday evening broadcast, Glenn Beck predicted how he thinks the Obama administration will go about imposing stricter gun laws in the aftermath of the Sandy Hook massacre.
It’s time Google listen to the European ideals of equality-at-any-cost and donate some of its inventions (or face $tiff penaltie$) to lesser companies who lack the army of Einsteins Google was “lucky” enough to attract.
The ruling returns constitutional rights to the people. It does not “extend” or “create” new ones. After all the 2nd amendment has existed since the constitution was ratified in 1789.
Bill Gates is the world’s richest person, but what kind of power does he have over you? Can he force your kid to go to a school you do not want him to attend? Can he deny you the right to braid hair in your home for a living? It turns out that a local politician, who might deny us the right to earn a living and dictates which school our kid attends, has far greater power over our lives than any rich person.
TweetWhile I agree with the basic concept that broadband providers should not place restrictions on users, I believe strongly that a company is entitled to create products that result in better value for their shareholders. I am sure there are good intentions behind “net neutrality,” but the unintended consequences could be disastrous for anyone using [...]
Nice job Microsoft!
Last week I visited the Apple store in hopes of buying one a Time Capsule but instead purchased an Apple TV, which is very nice and my kids love, but didn’t get anything yet for the all important backups.
TweetIt always seems like the most recent generation of workers is always perceived as the “slacker” generation. In this post, Ryan Healy tells us what he thinks his generation is looking for in a working environment. According to Ryan, 8 out 10 young people see themselves as future entrepreneurs and otherwise self-employed, willing to sacrifice [...]
David Pogue from the NY Times wrote this article describing GrandCentral.