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.