THE NEW FORTY Oh, how I love this story!
Today I share a great little Associated Press story out of Brainerd, Minnesota. Oh, how I love this story!
On the surface, this is the story of Rin Heise's prom dress, but in-between the lines is a b... Posted on 4/27/13 at 3:30 PM
NEW PLATEAUS Investor vs. Liberal: a Poignant Daily Show Interview
Last time, I showed you a fella who thought income inequality was a threat to the country. This time, I bring you a guy--Edward Conard--who says the opposite.
The part that got ... Posted on 6/13/12 at 8:11 AM
SUNDOG: MARKETING + TECHNOLOGY Augmented Reality Makes An Appearance At The Fargo AirSho
The Fargo AirSho has always been a place to see some amazing products of aviation technology. But this year the National Guard bought a different kind of cutting edge tech. At the National Guard Unifo... Posted on 8/15/11 at 3:18 PM
Julian Simon "loved to point out,” as Richard North wrote in his 1998 obituary, “how the Low Countries of the 17th century or the Japan of the 20th had grown rich through a combination of a lack of resources and the presence of a well-, but not over-, managed market."
When people ask me about practical results from the various sister-city programs we have between Sarpsborg and Grand Forks and a small number of cities around Europe, I answer “for innovation, look to Grand Forks.”
People are asking anxious questions about America’s future. Will it take years before the animal spirits revive? Can the economy rebalance so that it relies less on consumption and debt and more on innovation and export? Have we entered a period of relative decline?
North Dakota has the chance to be the first market in the world to adopt this new telecom broadband technology, but politics apparently is slowing down innovation. Not good.
November 27, 2009
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