But there’s also the Upton Sinclair theorem: It is difficult to get a man to...– The greatness of Keynes … - Paul Krugman Blog - NYTimes.com
It’s the data, not the interface! Let other people use your data, build on...– Why I Love Twitter - O’Reilly Radar
I stayed at the Taj Hotel in Mumbai in 1995. Can’t believe the abuse it has just taken not to mention the people of that wonderful city.
Analog and digital, it turns out, are polar opposites. Analog has physical costs...– Trading Analog Dollars For Digital Pennies
I once asked a Muslim man living in a shack without indoor plumbing what kept...– Op-Ed Contributor - What They Hate About Mumbai - NYTimes.com
While the housing bubble was still inflating, lenders were making lots of money...– Op-Ed Columnist - Lest We Forget - NYTimes.com
A few months ago I found myself at a meeting of economists and finance...– Op-Ed Columnist - Lest We Forget - NYTimes.com
The http://amazon.com/xo commercial is very cute. “Thank you … you have changed my world.” BIG smile.
If the Nasdaq is the new Dow, and it sure seems like it is on many levels, then...– Is The Nasdaq The New Dow?
Retweeting @Jamesbedell: #Mumbai the Indian government is asking for all live tweets from Mumbai be halted to protect rescue operations. …
Retweeting @Jamesbedell: #Mumbai we are seeing the convergance if MSM coverage and citizen journalism tonight. I thought twitter was a p …
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Retweeting @mumbaiupdates: Taj gunshots — CLEAR GUNSHOTS - beginning of military encounter #mumbai
This is a nightmare, which will pass away with the morning. For the resources of...– The Great Slump - Paul Krugman Blog - NYTimes.com
So, for example, most of my newspapers do not have a comparative advantage on...– Sam Zell Talks with Joanne Lipman - Executive Articles - Portfolio.com
By end of 2010 we will be well out of the woods and we will begin a longh slow...– A Growth Story
I used to say our kids will pay dearly for this. But actually, it’s our problem....– Op-Ed Columnist - All Fall Down - NYTimes.com
Yes, those are big, successful numbers when you add the NYTimes to Facebook to Obama. Let’s see, what was the take for those willing social marketers at the NYTimes on the night of the…
just loved the peptides - Jealous Guy (John Lennon cover) http://hypem.com/track/689736
Man, I just added Disqus to my Visualforce page so that people can comment on what’s there. It took, oh, about 5 seconds. The cloud!
Home prices across the United States declined 16.6 percent in the third quarter...– Outlook Grows More Dire for Housing Market - NYTimes.com
$800B … these numbers are wow-worthy. http://snipurl.com/6t5gj
A Spherical Core →
I’ve really gorged on the concept of “value at the edge” for the past couple of years. That idea is that people outside you and your organization, and the network that they’re a part of, is where…
I would not like to see Twitter be acquired by Facebook, although I understand why it’s being entertained: http://snipurl.com/6p3fw
“The Richest of the Rich, Proud of a New Gilded Age,” NYTimes, July 15, 2007 (<— date) http://snipurl.com/6ji1z
Daily Show: Pirates! http://snipurl.com/6jlem
Bigness of purpose is what separates 20th century and 21st century...– Obama’s Seven Lessons for Radical Innovators - Umair Haque
Rather, Obama’s campaign took a scalpel to strategy - because they...– Obama’s Seven Lessons for Radical Innovators - Umair Haque
Obama’s organization was less tall or flat than spherical - a tightly...– Obama’s Seven Lessons for Radical Innovators - Umair Haque
The problem is that when looking at the value stack, it seems that the stuff...– Information Arbitrage: Twitter: Monetize the Apps, not the Platform
At my company, we’re starting to redefine ourselves from being an ad agency to...– The Screens Issue - Multiscreen Mad Men - Advertising in a Post-TV World - Interview - NYTimes.com
Take Vans, for instance. They do all sorts of special customized editions. Like...– The Screens Issue - Multiscreen Mad Men - Advertising in a Post-TV World - Interview - NYTimes.com
There’s no such thing as must-see TV. Everyone’s composing their own flow. And...– The Screens Issue - Multiscreen Mad Men - Advertising in a Post-TV World - Interview - NYTimes.com
I am an optimist, I guess you have to be one to be in my line of work. Even in...– A Lost Decade - But Not For Everyone
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This is the real “Code Red.” As one banker remarked to me: “We finally found the...– Op-Ed Columnist - We Found the W.M.D. - NYTimes.com
I’ve been coming to Pakistan for 26 years, ever since I hid on the tops of buses...– Op-Ed Columnist - The Pakistan Test - NYTimes.com
Multiscreen Mad Men: http://snipurl.com/6ftgp
In the 1820s, New Yorkers used an avg of 12 gal/day. In the 1980s it was 200 gal/day. http://snipurl.com/6ef3y
I’m so impressed with how Obama and his team are using change.gov. It’s informative, it’s diverse, it’s inclusive. I consume every post.
Seriously, isn’t it amazing just how impressive the people being named to key...– The grownups are coming - Paul Krugman Blog - NYTimes.com
In the 1820s, New Yorkers used an average of 12 gallons of water a day, he said....– An Effort by Deep-Sea Divers to Repair a New York Water Tunnel - NYTimes.com
On the matter of Berkshire stock plummeting, Buffett says: “It doesn’t matter.” http://snipurl.com/694xh
“If you don’t have a willingness to be misunderstood for a long period of time, then you can’t have a long-term orientation.” - Jeff Bezos