In my previous occupation, I’ve often found myself advising partners on media relations and communication principles, stressing the importance of truthfulness and openness in difficult situations. This is a good example of how to handle […]
A bit better, after upgrade to ADSL2+, but still not great:
Unos 350 soldados de EE UU estuvieron presos en los campos de concentración nazis, según una investigación del Museo del Holocausto de Washington. El Pais: Las víctimas desconocidas del Holocausto. You have to read the […]
The Telegraph: Jonathan Franzen: e-books are damaging society Franzen may be a good writer, it doesn’t mean that everything he says should be cast in bronze… I think that the 3′ serial interviews granted to […]
Talking to a friend recently during a walk in the mountains, none of us could remember the name of the first spreadsheet – sic transit gloria mundi.
Jason D. O’Grady writes on ZDNet Why Apple gadgets can’t be made in the U.S.: “During Thursday night’s debate in South Carolina CNN host and moderator John King asked the four remaining GOP candidates their opinions about […]
BBC News: An American professor on firearms in the UK Why Britain needs more guns by Joyce L. Malcolm (Professor of history, Bentley College, US author of Guns and Violence: The English Experience, Senior Advisor, MIT Security Studies Program).
If Internet access speed is an indicator of a country’s progress, Spain has a long way to go, even taking into account that I can only get 4 Mb/s in my area:
Gazeta Wyborcza: Europa jest chora. Nie ma jednego lekarstwa Wygląda na to, że najciekawsze pomysły w tej chwili przychodzą z Polski, podczas gdy starzy członkowie Unii sa w stanie rozterki.
Jason D. O’Grady on ZD Net: Publishers to use digital textbooks to kill resale market discusses the forthcoming education announcement by Apple, expected to cover etextbooks. My take: 1. Self-publishing is taking off, whether on paper or in ebook […]