Monthly Archives: April 2011
Indulge me for a moment. You are going out to dinner with your family. You are a large family, 7 people, and two parents. Your family is run very democratically. The decisions are all voted on, and this includes what … Continue reading
Well, I’m sold. Drunk driving essentially equals racial profiling. Before you all start to cry and whine about how this is absurd and they aren’t the same thing at all, read the entire article.
There are a few things that government can learn from successful businesses. Truth be told, there are an infinite number of things that government can learn from businesses. The first one is the most important though. The first rule of … Continue reading
An anonymous citizen writing for The Washington Post, regarding his experiences with the infamous National Security Letters that the Federal government has been issuing. See my thoughts on the unconstitutionality of the National Security Letters here.
Many people are looking at which platform is better to develop for, Android or iOS. You can look at the current percentage of smartphone owners, you can look at the type of people who buy devices on one platform versus … Continue reading
I challenge the basic assumption. What assumption is that? I would say, “The assumption that our modern, Western society is based upon” but, that wouldn’t be entirely honest of me. Rather, I reject the assumption that is our modern, Western … Continue reading