Lynne Kiesling As you’ve by now inferred, we’ve made the exec-you-tee-vo decision to change to Title Case on titles at KP. Many thanks for the input I got from several of you, public and otherwise. I think what swung the decision was the ability to reserve all caps for times when we want the emphasis, … More Change of Case … More Change of Case
Michael Giberson Rainbough Phillips amusingly tags price gouging as “the Phantom Menace” in a post on Catallarchy. She also provides a neat insider’s look at the supply and demand for emergency supplies, viewed from the returns counter at an Austin-area big box hardware store. Meanwhile, back in Houston, authorities are urging the city’s gasoline station … More Price Wars: Attorneys General Strike Back … More Price Wars: Attorneys General Strike Back
Lynne Kiesling In his last column in Technology Review in December 2004, Michael Schrage talked about the importance of the diffusion of innovation. He made a lot of very trenchant observations, including The challenge for policymakers and populations alike is how to cope with the pervasive-and perverse-consequences of ever more people gaining access to ever … More Name That Tune! … More Name That Tune!