Stephen Mihm in the Boston Globe on "what's happening halfway around the world [in China] may be disturbing, even disgraceful, but it's hardly foreign. A century and a half ago, another fast-growing nation had a reputation for sacrificing standards to its pursuit of profit, and it was the United States."
Archive for August 26th, 2007
Wired features a blow-by-blow account on last spring's e-attack on Estonia.
The Prospect features an insightful article into the economics of the recording industry including the growth of performance revenues and the impact of the CD.
August 26, 2007 — Comments are Disabled — Must Reads
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