Monthly Archives: September 2008

I Look at the current economic situation in context

Apparently many people like to say that the current economic situation is the worst since the great depression. While that makes for great headlines, and plays to the Democrats story, it’s not the truth. Small Business Labs has a blog … Continue reading

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Why a Walled Garden is Bad

Tim O’Reilly pointed out this blog post, how a music downloading application was denied entry into the AppStore because it, “…duplicates iTunes functionality…”. Except it doesn’t duplicate anything on the iPhone. Technorati Tags: Apple, iPhone

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Analog and the Economy

Stanley Schmidt had another interesting editorial in the November 2008 Analog magazine. he discusses disruptive technologies and ideas that seem to have a life of their own without any rational for their continued existence. Overall, the article was good and … Continue reading

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Check this out

Adam Savage has a great demonstration of the speed of sound in gasses.

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Science And Religion

I found this post by StarStryder (Dr. Pamela Gay) discussing her position as a Christian and a scientist. I appreciated her position, because, after many years, I’ve arrived at a similar place in my walk through this life. I’ve spent … Continue reading

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