Following Paul Krugman… Nobel Prize Winner, Professor of Economics, Op-Ed Page Columnist.

Yes, I tend to follow his views. Can't say I understand all that he has to say, nor do I understand the intricacies of his economic theories, but most of what I understand from all that I read in his columns, I tend to concur with. This post here, is simply for my quick reference … Continue reading Following Paul Krugman… Nobel Prize Winner, Professor of Economics, Op-Ed Page Columnist.

DJI plunged 777 points… Who benefits?

With the sharp plunge of Dow Jones Industrial Average, especially after the rejection of the bailout bill this afternoon, this question baffles us all. But for the past several days/weeks/months, numerous small, medium and large banks and financial institutions are sending out S.O.S. calls for urgent assistance. Some are allowed to die, others are being … Continue reading DJI plunged 777 points… Who benefits?

The nation’s fury on Bailout ‘charade’!

Follow the link here... to read comments with hundreds of recommendations from registered readers of The New York Times article. "Mr. McCain and his Democratic opponent, Senator Barack Obama, left the White House by a side entrance without commenting." Oops! 😦

Is it important to ask a web (2.0) site owner, “What’s your business model?”

We know, time will tell, and a method will evolve, later, rather than sooner! When any new product (read "social networking or, web 2.0 website") is 'soft-launched', it's very fashionable for tech trend followers to question right away, "So, what's their business model?". These people soon try to determine whether they're the next 'Google' (or … Continue reading Is it important to ask a web (2.0) site owner, “What’s your business model?”