Patrick Henningsen | You can Mark Zuckerberg’s laugh echoing down some long corridor in deepest, darkest Palo Alto.
Archives for January 2011
By PETER SISSONS January 25, 2011 Institutionally biased to the Left, politically correct and with a rudderless leadership. This is Peter Sissons’ highly critical view of the BBC in his new memoirs, in which he describes his fascinating career over four decades as a television journalist. Here, in the latest part of our serialisation, he reveals […]
Atlantic Wire | When is the new Matrix film coming out?
Editor’s Note: As an elite NGO junket event, Davos was never very useful to society, nor has it ever been able to predict and plan for real trends and crisises. And now, just like its patron saint Bono, it’s in danger of becoming irrelevant. There some advantages though… when visitors return from Davos each year […]
Reuters | How are China’s solar companies benefiting at the expense of renewable energy manufacturers in Europe and the United States?
Telegraph | According to Western intelligence reports, Russian scientists warned the Kremlin that they could be facing “another Chernobyl”.
Kurt Nimmo | A number of computer scientists, nuclear enrichment experts and former officials, say the covert race to create Stuxnet was a joint project between the Americans and the Israelis.
21st Century Wire Jan 18, 2011 Some interesting questions, and answers, raised by philosopher Eckhart Tolle. Author Eckhart Tolle is the author of the popular series The Power of Now. He certainly has some great insights into the mental state of Western man and the politics of the mind.
Before It’s News Jan 13, 2011 The recent changes at Tampa Bay International Airport regarding magnetic pole re-calibration and runway closure, chart alignment and runway number paint, could become a normal procedure for airports across the land. As an example nearby Peter O’Knight Airport is also scheduling similar changes at their facility. It’s no surprise […]