Fractals of Change: December 2005

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15 posts from December 2005

December 30, 2005

Relaunching the AT&T Brand

Remember the Paul Newman movie Cool Hand Luke where Paul the warden says “what we have here is a failure to communicate” just before Luke is shot to death by sheriff’s deputies the man with n More...

December 28, 2005

Foodstuff Benefits

Imagine if food were a standard corporate benefit like health care.  After all it is a necessity; how can any responsible employer fail to provide it?

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December 26, 2005

Unfunded Public Liabilities – The Problem

The cost of already-promised public sector retiree health care benefits is going to become visible in 2006.  This isn’t a prediction; it’s a fact. More...

December 22, 2005

The End of the NYC Transit Strike

Just as I was writing on how to end the NYC Transit Strike, online news popped up that it is ending.  I hope it is true that the Transit Authority did not negotiate during the st More...

December 20, 2005

Evolution’s Not Religion and Vice Versa

You can’t disprove Intelligent Design.  Don’t feel bad about that; no one else can either.  That’s why the “Theory of Intelligent Desi More...

December 18, 2005

A Service That Needs to Exist

There are lots of fun and even useful new services springing up as part of Web 2.0.  But every time someone points me to one, I have to go through all of the rigmarole of signing More...

December 15, 2005

Google Tale

Chris Anderson, editor of Wired Magazine, and More...

December 13, 2005

9/11 Endnotes

9/11/2001 wasn’t the end of Bubble 1.0 even though it seems that way in hindsight.  By the time the hijacked planes were flown into the Twin Towers the More...

December 11, 2005

Yahoo.licio.us

The blogosphere is abuzz with the story of Yahoo purchasing More...

December 08, 2005

Daddy, What’s a Channel?

FCC Chairman Kevin Martin has “suggested” that cable companies allow us consumers to buy channels ala carte and not require us to buy bundles consisting mainly of unwanted channels in order to get the few channels we do wa More...

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