Archive for October, 2011

IT, Education, France, Britain and the Euro Crisis: Some Interesting Thoughts

Two things that caught my eye today. First, Arnold Kling reviewing a very good article on IT and education offered this: Read the whole thing. Many years ago, I wrote that colleges are the only information-aged businesses that are making a big point of investing in physical plant. Weedman would call this the “hardware” model. […]

How Greece Gets Bailed Out

Hi there. Been a while since I posted. Just taking a long break and thinking things over. Time, however, get off my butt and throw a few things out there. For starters, take a look at Walter Russell Mead’s recent post on the end game for at least this stage of the Euro soap opera. […]