technopodge on January 28th, 2009

After all the gloomy economic news lately; it was refreshing to stumble on this article from FORTUNE magazine highlighting 20 companies known to be hiring.  And according to the article even Microsoft & Google are continuing to hire!

They’re hiring! - Edward…

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technopodge on December 22nd, 2008

Yes, the US government needs to make deep budget cuts. If you want cuts, look to stopping the war, curtailing foreign aid, corporate “bailouts”, etc.  Then and only then once everything ELSE has been cut to the bone - look to…

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This should be an interesting mission to watch on NASA TV.  As an avid space buff since I was a kid, I’ll be keeping a close eye on this mission.  Just a pity that the government would rather spend mega-billions on war,…

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When reading this one would think it was describing a situation in a communist country, not the USA.  Which in theory is supposed to be the land of the free, and the home of the brave.

How much longer until the…

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technopodge on August 30th, 2008

Iraq’s government is engaged in a bloody struggle against al-Qaeda, and its computers make a prime target for global terror networks that have added hacking to their arsenal.

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