I was fishing Wednesday, and I had an all day meeting on Friday (which unfortunately was on a river, so I couldn’t use NewsGator Go! to stay abreast). Saturday I pulled another all-dayer – there was no business talk but there was plenty of discussion regarding “life aquatica” and how to fool them. Some folks might think I missed a lot:
- The AP giveth, and the bloggers taketh away…
- The bastion of bias lays out a price list for what is legally free. Techcrunch asks them to pay up.
- Maybe the AP should chase after their member news outlets and leave everyone else alone. The Huffington Post is doing it.
- According to George Soros – accept losses and move on.
- According to Bill Gates – compete against stupid, lazy people.
- According to Carl Icahn – be angry.
- Senators from Connecticut have all the fun.
- Living in Southern California? Not so fun.
- And renters may not be losing their shirts, but they are still second-class citizens.
- Here’s to the upcoming hydrogen economy, and why the same ol’ players will control it.
- You can’t turn water into wine (without grapes, of course), but someone will try turning algae into oil (with the idea that gasoline comes next).
- Big dams are making a comeback – I wouldn’t mind a few more tailwaters, but I hope big fish get some consideration.
The secrets of success…
From the housing market…
And the environmentally-friendly, in the world according to Forbes…
Interestingly, Forbes threw in a note – people aren’t visiting national parks like they use to.
Maybe they’re too busy keeping up with the news.