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 […]
In the leader Save the City, the Economist (1 January 2012) comes to the defence of the City, London’s financial market, decrying that “Britain is the home of the world’s capital of capital but no longer prizes […]
Council for Foreign Relations writes about Pakistani Media and anti-Americanism: “U.S.-Pakistan ties deteriorated significantly in the past year, and the anti-American rhetoric in Pakistani media (NYT), especially television, reached a crescendo. Najam Sethi, an award-winning Pakistani journalist […]
Dura lex sed lex: www.evasori.info Ci siamo fatti una società a nostra immagine che non ci piace:
The Economist blog Free Exchange: Lessons of the 1930s comments on Joseph Stiglitz’s The Book of Jobs in Vanity Fair. Here is my comment: Interesting that the author has found issue with some of the technical aspects of Stiglitz’s […]
Italian journalist Beppe Severgnini asks the Germans to be less nervous in the Financial Times and the Corriere della Sera (in English). I can see why the Germans are close to panic: they’ve never had […]
Bagehot in the Economist asks the question: Could David Cameron have done anything other than walk away from a new EU treaty? Some of the comments are puzzling, to say the least: most sites allowing […]