Superbowl Sunday Links February 1, 2009Posted by nukemhill in Apple/AAPL, Constitution, Economics, Environment, General Programming, Judaism/Israel, Politics (Ghahh!), Technology, WoT.
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Evolution: Not Just a Theory.
Robert Kiyosaki: Conspiracy of the Rich.
Apple’s AppStore: Will it change the desktop market?
Tech Soup: Not just for kids!
Manning Early Access: ASP.Net MVC In Action.
Michael Yon: Irregular Warfare.
Belmont Club: Fun with maps.
Speculation (US Army War College, Winter ’92): The Military Coup of 2012.
MacObserver Forums: The House That Steve Built.
Omnivoracious: Ranking The Classics.
Calvin and Hobbes: Modern Day Capitalism.
Reason: The Libertarian Moment.
Popular Mechanics: New Green Homes.
Web 2.0: Ten Insightful Books (video).
T.J. Rodgers on PajamasMedia: Why Financial Statements are so Screwed Up.
Minneapolis Fed: Myths and Facts about the Financial Crisis of ’08.
Economist: Blockages in the money supply.
Cato: On the Market.
Forbes: Does Stimulus Stimulate?
Michael Totten @ Winds of Change: Who Really Won the Second Lebanon War (and it wasn’t Hizbollah!).
ASP.Net: Strongly-typed DataSets.
Bush in 2006: Creation of Military Commissions to try Suspected Terrorists.
Wiki: Business Process Management. This may be the core of what we’re trying to accomplish at AIPT.
Google Search: Ethical Capitalism.
Wiki: Schrodinger’s Cat.
Technology Review: Sun + Water = Fuel.
Yes, I’ve been hoarding. Why do you ask?