Lynne Kiesling If you are attending Reason In DC on Saturday, I’ll see you there! Won’t be there today, though. Tomorrow Ron Bailey, Fred Smith and I will discuss carbon policy. Should be a stimulating discussion … … More Reason In Dc
Lynne Kiesling To answer my own question: dunno. But the technology has a lot of promise. The Wikipedia entry on plug-in hybrid vehicles” is a thorough and well-cited background on the technology and its potential. In particular, of course, I am interested in the vehicle’s intersection with the electric power network: PHEVs and fully electric … More How Important Will Plug-in Hybrids Be? … More How Important Will Plug-in Hybrids Be?
Michael Giberson Yesterday, NPR’s All Things Considered ran a story on the Jordan Furniture Red Sox promotion that we discussed here earlier. An excerpt: So with the Red Sox and the Colorado Rockies now facing off in the World Series, some of the couch potatoes watching from home are rooting to win the very couches … More Sports Betting with Furniture, II … More Sports Betting with Furniture, II
Michael Giberson From the Economist‘s Free Exchange blog, on blogging: [W]e should expect those with strong resumés but lackluster ideas to abstain from extensive blogging, while those whose critical and analytical skills run ahead of the experience and education categories on their CVs should embrace blogging as a means to signal their exceptional fitness. We … More Blogger Vanity Posting … More Blogger Vanity Posting