Watching Mel Brooks’ History of the world. It’s timeless: f**k the poor
http://thecodinglove.com/ Oh I laughed and laughed and laughed. Best to send those little gems to collegues on the phone….
http://www.aljazeera.com/news/europe/2013/01/201312061337695543.html “Eat the rich” (c) Aerosmith… or Motorhead
http://www.theregister.co.uk/2012/11/02/iphone_ifone_mexico_trademark/ poetic justice, no less…
Those classic clips are “must-see” for any IT person: The Website is Down #1: Sales Guy vs. Web Dude Internet Help Desk
Recently I got hooked on Progressive Economics Forum and while digging through their archives and generally browsing around their site found a gem: “Reflections on Change and Continuity at the IMF“. It’s the first time since I’ve read “Shock Doctrine” by Naomi Klein that I found economist going through the tectics and strategies of IMF/WB
Analyzing last ~100 years (only to save some time by not digging deeper) it’s hard not to come to conclusion that we can mark that last century as a century of failed experiments. We have seen large scale experiments undertaken and all of them failed. Communism building in ex-USSR and later occupied countries, Fascism, Free
With the overabundance of information on #OCW movement one can’t help but think of it on a daily basis. People are fighting economic inequalities produced by current political/economic system. While still composing black list of current government’s deeds this idea crystallized: Society s not a function of economy, but rather economy is a function of