Could billionaires buy the moon? An American space expert claims that a loophole might allow investors to buy other planets dailymail.co.uk | Apr 5, 2012 By Rob Waugh Private companies should be able to buy land on The Moon or … Continue reading →
zerohedge.com | Mar 17, 2012 by Tyler Durden George Orwell was right. He was just 30 years early. In its April cover story, Wired has an exclusive report on the NSA’s Utah Data Center, which is a must read for … Continue reading →
Illo: Electronic Arts Wired | Feb 6, 2012 By Katie Drummond American soldiers already prep for war using virtual worlds. One day, the Army hopes, you’ll join the GIs in a military-approved digital realm. In the Army’s latest call for … Continue reading →
From Wired: Defense Industry: Keep Paying Us or the Economy Dies “If we are not allowed to steal money from companies that make things that people want and from the salaries of people who want to buy their products, then we will not be able to hi...
You will probably lose money, as this poor chap did. Related posts:Spot the Errors: Minimum Wage Edition Labor Standards or Liberty? Wired: Get rid of paper money now Related posts:
I do not like this Uncle Sam, I do not like his welfare-warfare scam. I do not like these dirty crooks, or how they lie and cook the books. I do not like when Congress steals, I do not like their secret deals. I do not like these dirty bombs, or how they kill without any qualms. I do not like their fiat money, it is worthless paper and all too funny. I do not like taxation as theft, I will be happy when none are left. I do not like this kind of hope. I do not like it. ... Related posts:
The sad story of how a popular iPhone case caused Apple to crack down – presumably on copyright/patent/trademark (?) grounds. Wired predicted that it wouldn’t last. Join the discussion and post a comment Related posts:Are patents stifling innovation in mobile devices? The Road To (Intellectual) Serfdom IP and Google Books on the iPhoneRelated posts:
Spencer Ackerman of Wired has an excellent piece today on the Pentagon’s Joint Special Operations Command’s secret jails in Afghanistan. Ackerman notes: Human rights groups have been sounding the alarm about these detention centers since 2009. Detainees who claim to have gone through the sites have told them about abuses inside the so-called “Black Jails” ...
Wired.com ran a story today about a great new innovation over at speedtest.net. The site has jumped on the social networking bandwagon and is enabling nerds around the world to engage in the age-old tradition of measuring themselves against their peers. Now anyone can test their internet connection speed and post the results to facebook and even earn “badges” to show off their uber-fast connection to the digital universe. What does any of this have to do with economics? Registered users can create groups for their office or even their city and compare their results to others around them in... Continue Reading Related posts:
The world had never seen government paper money until the colonial government of Massachusetts, 1690. FULL ARTICLE by Murray N. Rothbard Join the discussion and post a comment Related posts:Commodity Money in Colonial America Thomas Paine on Paper Money Wired: Get rid of paper money now Related posts:
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