Some Sunday morning reading to share.
Francine Hardaway asks if majority still rules in the US. Not in her local park and we all know that concept is as old as the hills just about everywhere else.
Marco Arment, the developer of Instapaper tells why he thinks no one will best Apple with a Tablet. I think he's on to it.
Some misconceptions and realities about Net Neutrality. Biggest misconception about the whole thing? That the folks who are creating the rules actually have a clue as to what is going on.
Has Google become a "tropical paradise of spammers and marketers?" Why not, everything else we've ever created follows this path.
Shock and outrage! Tea Party activists are angry at the Republicans. If they are surprised at what happened in the lame duck session, I can't wait to see the surprise on their face when they read the Constitution out loud at the opening of the new session of Congress.
The IRS says that Congress waited too late to pass the extension of the Bush Tax Cuts and consequently taxpayers who file with some itemized deductions will have to wait to file because the iRS isn't ready to process the claims.