After The Great Oil Spill — Revisiting Thomas Freidman’s Hot, Flat, And Crowded

(note from Randy – I am certainly no expert in this field.  I read books, and then try to let the authors and the books speak.  This post is an attempt to let Friedman’s book speak to us). ———————————— The news is not yet turning any better in the aftermath of the Gulf Oil disaster. … Read More After The Great Oil Spill — Revisiting Thomas Freidman’s Hot, Flat, And Crowded

Superfreakonomics and the Parable of the Horse Manure — (There is So Much I Don’t Know)

One of my great embarrassments is that there is so much that I do not know.  There’s much that I don’t know that it’s ok that I don’t know, and then there’s more that I don’t know that I should know — but I don’t.  That’s the embarrassing part. Take the subject of horse dung. … Read More Superfreakonomics and the Parable of the Horse Manure — (There is So Much I Don’t Know)