Monthly Archives: December 2010
A reader, Carol B, sent me a link to the following video. Perhaps a moment of levity will help you choose between the Blackberry and the Apple.
I continue to receive questions from people on my posts on cancer. Given the interest, rather than respond in the comments, I’ve chosen to respond here. Capturing the spirit of these questions was a reply from a reader, Wish I … Continue reading
I have been thinking about Japan for a long time. Back in 1990, at the dawn of Japan’s real estate and banking crisis, I read an article in the US News and World Report questioning whether it was the time … Continue reading
From a post over at AtlanticWire, the size of the human brain appears to be getting smaller. according to new research, “Over the past 20,000 years, the average volume of the human male brain has decreased from 1,500 cubic centimeters … Continue reading
My wife recently got an iPhone4. My mother-in-law recently got a DroidX. We have all been together for the past 4 days. I setup both phones, fiddled with both phones, used both phones, and am ready to render an opinion.
From my post on beliefs yesterday: Life expectancy is going up. The air is cleaner. Water is cleaner. The incidence of cancer is going down. Cell phones do not, cannot, cause cancer. Barack Obama was born in Hawaii. By far, the … Continue reading
“What’s in a name? That which we call a rose By any other name would smell as sweet.” – Juliet (from Romeo and Juliet) During the fall we had repeated (here, here, and here) calls for additional “stimulus” spending. Experts … Continue reading