Monthly Archives: October 2012

New York Times Sunday 28th October 2012

Who Gets Credit for the Recovery? There is still no guarantee that the economy is on a stable path to recovery, given its structural problems and the false starts of the last few years. But the odds that the recovery … Continue reading

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From the New York Times 24 October 2012

My Mitt Fantasy By MAUREEN DOWD October 23, 2012 While I was watching Mitt Romney make up fantasy positions in the foreign policy debate, I had a fantasy of my own. And given the electoral isthmus the two men are … Continue reading

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The Economist, London 6 October 2012

US Elections 2012: The choice All elections get called the most important for decades. This one really is: two very different paths for the future are on offer Oct 6th 2012 “HOW’S that hopey-changey stuff working out for you?” Sarah … Continue reading

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Evolution continues without the Leaders of the Past

Read backwards 1000 years. Incumbent technologies are often leap-frogged over. Many museums of the past prove it. Even 100 years ago, how many drove a car, flew an aircraft, had electricity, penicillin or an education? Like today, 75% of humanity … Continue reading

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