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Monthly Archives: September 2009

BusinessWeek Online

23-Sep-09

Left the videos from the BusinessWeek Online site running in background. In contrast to the MSNBC and WSJ sites, the videos came across as politically neutral, and not so much into the financial orthodoxy. Seemed aimed roughly at the interests of middle management. Not getting a lot of insight, but also not as much propaganda.

Wall Street Journal Online

23-Sep-09

After a news item took me to the Wall Street Journal site, I left the site up as it cycled through recent videos (while I was working on something else). I have not spent a lot of time listening to videos from Wall Street Journal, so had no overall opinion of the site. In comparison […]

MSNBC

13-Sep-09

Went looking for video of the latest Apple product announcements, and ended up on the MSNBC site. After the Apple-related video played, I left the site up as it cycled through recent videos (I was working on some code while it ran). I quit watching TV news many years ago, never had much interest in […]

When hardware guys write about software

03-Sep-09

My father sent a link to an article in a hardware-oriented magazine – EDN (Electronic Design News) – about the upcoming Power7 CPU from IBM. This is out of our fields, but interesting. http://www.edn.com/article/CA6686259.html?nid=2435&rid=8150303 I liked the one comment: “the generally horrible code from the Microsoft world”. My characteristically reserved response: Yes, it is usually […]