America. The land of the markets. Capitalism. Freedom.
The Government doesn’t organise a very good Virtual Tally Room like the AEC does, they let the market set one up and save the taxpayers money.
Robbie Williams released his Greatest Hits album on Monday, which was released on a multimedia card (MMC) format for the first time.
Is it the time to get excited?
Well I’m not entirely convinced. The point is that MMCs can be put into Palm PDAs, phones and a lot of other
American Hip Hip is lost. The birth of Hip Hop, the expression of ultimate aspiration against all odds, has been perverted by the new school, bling bling, bullshit, get rich style of contemporary hip hop.
The old days of rebelliousness, of working against the odds and devoting the art of rhyme
I had a thought about the “modular economy”. Look at the entertainment industry, where large groups of totally outsourced skills come together to work on a project – no permanent infrastructure, largely modular, with almost granular participants – single people coming together on massive projects.
This sort of “network economy” or
Mark Latham has been talking about a “secret tax” on energy to fund renewable resources.
A concern – and not necessarily something to be believed.
The Coalition doesn’t (and shouldn’t) believe in Government discretion and the levying of taxes on markets to distort outcomes. The MARKET can achieve this without the Government