Robert Greenwald’s excellent documentary challenging Fox News’s “Fair and Balanced” doctrine.
too bad badcorp isn't running at full steam
anyway, this is what corporations are hearing:
ARMS TRADE RESOURCE CENTER
Happy New Year!
We are pleased to invite you to our upcoming meeting of the Study Group on Economics of Security in the Post-9/11 World.
The Bush Administration will present its Fiscal Year 2006 budget in early February 2005. Early indications suggest that the military budget might grow less than previously thought, and that some long-standing programs are being re-evaluated.
David Gold and William Hartung will lead a discussion of the U. S. military budget, its composition, projections regarding its growth and the implications for military policy and budgetary politics.
Please join us for this timely discussion:
January 21, 2005
New School University, Parsons Building
66 Fifth Avenue (between 12th and 13th streets), Room 720
(same room as last month)
2pm for coffee and snacks. The presentation will begin at 2:30
c'mon badcorp, no data?
even wikipedia knows... Northrop Grumman.. the future is space, not war. We're going to beat the chinese to mars in some sort of elitist competition. That, or we're already interacting with alien races.
whatever. so long as the future is more than the past, we're doing fine. Let's go to mars. I've read Kim Stanley Robinson's work. It's feasible. & very corporate. Gov't cannot undertake the same kind of inbetween legal stuff that goes on in private contracts. (Duh.)
incidentally, I've yet to stream Outfoxed..
I've got to reinstall a decent torrent thing. anyone recommends? the original just doesn't work quite right at the moment - I get the blue screen of death. (I'd thought all that was behind me, but windows 2000 blows. I'd forgot)
so - something that'd work would be nice. I like applications that are small. & open source. digital nomadism, & all that.