Daily Archives: 5 September 2008

Breaking the $100 and the corporate barrier

A company in China has broken the $100 laptop barrier by simply doing what should have been done all along: stop using the x86 architecture. […] Continue reading

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Deal breakers

What is your political deal breaker? What is the issue that is so important to you that, however good a candidate may be otherwise, you will not vote for that person because they are on the wrong side? […] Continue reading

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Now it’s time to fight

[…] This campaign, perhaps more than any in decades, represents a fight for the future of the United States and libertarian republican democracy around the world. In the choice between McCain and Obama, we have the distinction between someone who believes in America and everything it stands for and someone who believes that American is fundamentally flawed and can only be fixed by the benevolence of government. […] Continue reading

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