Google’s Policy on the Anti-Muhammed Video: Yes and No

Written by Gary North on September 17, 2012

Thew White House has asked Google to pull the anti-Muhammed video that is said to have led to violent demonstrations. Google has publicly refused. Quietly, it has restricted access to the video in a few Muslim nations and India. So, it appears that the demonstrations are no longer being fueled by the presence of the […]

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9-Volt Battery Gadget Turns People into Experts (Really)

Written by Gary North on March 27, 2012

It had to come. Some neuroscientist has developed a gadget that turns people into instant experts, such as crack shots, in about 30 minutes. It runs on a 9-volt battery. How is this possible? By enabling people to concentrate. They can block out rival information: “noise.” An article in New Scientist explains. Flow has been […]

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Cyber Monday! What Will You Buy Today?

Written by Gary North on November 28, 2011

Are you planning to buy anything on-line today? I’m not. I bought an iPad 2 on Black Friday. I wrote about my experience here. Will I by anything else from Apple? Maybe an iPad 3 next year. Maybe an iPod if I need one to work with my new video equipment: a teleprompter. This was […]

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