I keep trying to sign up for it, but it keeps redirecting me to random web searches.
When I first heard that iGoogle was being retired, I predicted to several coworkers that Google Reader would also go away soon. Looks like I was right; Google Reader is being retired on July 1 2013.
Time to start looking for alternatives.
Lifehacker has a list of alternatives
C|Net also has a list of alternatives
How do you think wealth is distributed? How do you think it should be distributed?
The average CEO makes in one hour what it takes the average employee one month to earn. The top 1% of the wealthy own 40% of the wealth in America, and 50% of all stocks and investments.
Absolutely nailed it. Maybe a bit more pain than joy sometimes :)
An editorial at Bloomberg has done some analysis at big banks (in the U.S.) and concluded that the numbers don't add up.
So what if we told you that, by our calculations, the largest U.S. banks aren’t really profitable at all? What if the billions of dollars they allegedly earn for their shareholders were almost entirely a gift from U.S. taxpayers?
To be blunt, those are some strong statements, and, if I was an American, I would find this very upsetting.
Are you a parent? You should read this thread on Reddit
Everyone should watch this.
MSNBC has posted the the 2012 US election results, and divided them up by a variety of factors:
The breakdown of votes by income brackets is certainly insteresting. Overall, it seems fairly clear that most U.S. citizens are in favour of tax, economic, and health care change.
The conventional wisdom is that, typically, presidents have more freedom in their second term, since they're not thinking entirely in terms of re-election. So, it should be an interesting four years.
Walt Disney, please adopt this ASAP. Thanks.
Well, now that's interesting.
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