Lindsey Graham has signaled his time war strategy: “Our future prosperity depends on our commitment to bold action and practical solutions on everything from energy independence to preparing for the retirement of the Baby Boomers.” “Bold action” like “preparing for the retirement of the Baby Boomers” only makes sense if you view it in the context of time travel.
What these optimistic forecasts about mobile-based commerce actually show is that mobile devices are mostly useful to marketers as a technology for gathering information about shoppers, rather than as means for shopping in themselves.
We could be using 26 percent less electricity in 2030, rather than 26 percent more. The estimates of the Department of Energy are not our nation’s destiny.
Once and future presidential candidate Mitt Romney trots over to Fortune Magazine to give President-Elect Barack Obama some helpful advice free of charge, peering into the future with his penetrating vision in order to unveil the shape of things to come: I can only hope
Sarah Palin has a big professional career ahead of her now, but as what?
Something’s coming. I don’t know what it is. Will it be great? There will be a presidential election in three days, and a new direction for our country will be chosen. There’s lots of talk of “Change,” and of “Change You Can Believe In.” What
Joseph Biden isn’t looking for something to do after Election Day. He knows what he plans to do – preparing to become Vice President.
Ronald Reagan’s ideology of deregulation and laissez faire reduction of government to the size of a gnat has been discredited, and Reagan now appears once more to be the empty-headed king of jellybeans he at first seemed to be. But, criticism of Reagan aside, what do we do now? Where do we go from here? Give us your ideas.