“The most vivacious of riding animals cannot do without a whip; the most chaste of women cannot do without a husband; and the most intelligent of men cannot do without consulting other men of intellect.” – Buzurjimihr, the Wazir of Nushirwan
Be a Man. Read a Poem.
[Useful for techies, a list of pre-0wned systems: with built in security compromises – thanks to corporate incompetence. Courtesy of Jericho/d1s@attrition]
Internet addiction is a symptom, not the disease, by Ferdinand Bardamu
Job Description and Resume Does Not Equal Human Capital, by Baruti Kamau
Quit Tweeting Your Iphone in Myspace, by Dave
Stuff Aging Whites Don’t Comprehend: Egypt, by Advocatus Diaboli
American Apparel: Hipster Porn In Our Collective Unconcious, by Vito Rispo
What’s wrong with sleepovers, exactly? by Indigo Jo
While We Slept, by Vyzagoth
With Arab Despots on the Run, America Remains Hypnotized: Why Do Americans Take It in the Face?
Moving away from the subsidy model, by Brett Stevens.
All Pain, No Gain: A Brief History of “Austerity Program” Massacres & Disasters
[I may not agree with everythin V. Prozak writes, but the questions he asks are thought provoking and challenging.]
Men’s rights means men’s responsibilities, by Vijay Prozak
[An old one I missed, there’s a long history of this in the intel community, Heinlein Hubbard and a few other Sci-Fi authors used to meet with officials to map out scenarios. It makes sense, get the most creative novelists out there to ransack their brains give them coffee and booze. The link between fiction writers and intelligence circles is a very creative link, and a very old one..]
Homeland Security Employs Imagination, Outsiders Help Devise Possible Terrorism Plots
Updated: Ken O’Keefe: Rise People Rise – The Global Revolution is Upon Us! (video)
Ballmer, Blankfein Invited by Obama to Hu Discussion on Business in China
What do Human Genes and Rice have in Common?