Authored by Ron Unz, originally posted at The American Conservative, In mid-March, the Wall Street Journal carried a long discussion of the origins of the Bretton Woods system, the international financial framework that governed the Western world for decades after World War II. Show More Summary
Submitted by Lance Roberts of Street Talk Live blog, In several of my recent missives I have made several references to the wave of deflationary pressures that are currently encircling the globe. In "Japan: A Few Thoughts On The Crash" I stated: "The unintended consequence of such actions, as we are witnessing in the U.S. Show More Summary
Editor’s note: This is a guest post by Vooza, “the world’s most unbelievable tech startup.” Been following the Tumblr/Yahoo deal? Notice how every company that gets acquired says the same things... Keep reading ?
The following is a guest post by Richard Sproat: Regular readers of Language Log will remember this piece discussing the various problems with a paper by Rajesh Rao and colleagues in their attempt to provide statistical evidence for the status of the Indus “script” as a writing system. They will also recall this piece on a similar [...]
Guest post from PubPeer.com The process of reviewing published science is constantly occurring and is now commonly being called post-publication peer review. It occurs in many places including on blogs such as this one, review articles, at conferences around the world, and has even been encouraged on the websites of some journals. However, the process [...]
Today’s guest post comes from Miles Adam Park, my good friend and fellow doctoral candidate in Religion at Florida State University. His research focuses on gender and bodies among 20th-21st century American evangelicals. Adam recently...Show More Summary
Guest Post by Willis Eschenbach Well, this has been a circuitous journey. I started out to research volcanoes. First I got distracted by the question of model sensitivity, as I described in Model Climate Sensitivity Calculated Directly From Model Results. Then … Continue reading ?
Guest Post by Mara Zebest Color me skeptical, but in the wake of the IRS scandal, it’s hard to trust the motives of any bureaucracy in which overreaching and arrogance seems to be a common theme. A recent article from … Continue reading ?
Submitted by Daniel Graeber of OilPrice.com, Exxon Mobil hasn't asked federal regulatory authorities to restart the Pegasus oil pipeline, which burst open in a neighborhood in Mayflower, Ark. In March, a 22-foot rupture in the pipeline...Show More Summary
Appearing as a guest on Thursday's PoliticsNation on MSNBC, Washington Post columnist Dana Milbank mocked South Carolina Republican Governor Nikki Haley as someone who has "reached out to a minority" in the form of white supremacists since they are a "minority," as he reacted to accusations that a member of her reelection committee is a white supremacist. Milbank: read more
Submitted by Keith Schaefer via OilPrice.com, You can see it clear as day in their hedging strategies... Natural gas producers are increasingly bearish on prices for their sector. The numbers tell the tale. Canadian gas producers surveyed for the Oil and Gas Investments Bulletin hedged AECO-sold production at $5.27 in 2011. Show More Summary
Guest Post The perception of St. Louis is a nice, conservative Midwest town, possibly waiting for a rebirth of the industrial revolution. But over the past two-plus years the region’s business and entrepreneurial ecosystem has begun to drastically evolve and flourish.
Guest Post In this month's startup shootout, Keynote Systems looks at how web performance affects site visitors and the best practices for creating the best user experience.
Send to Kindle This is a guest post courtesy of Kathryn Weber with tips from her new ebook Living Space: Simple Tips to Transform Your Home and how the same concepts can help you keep your office a productive space. Ya’ll know I have no shame in sharing my own struggles with productivity and work flow. [...]Show More Summary
This is a guest post by Leslie Ayres. As an active executive recruiter, I read dozens of resumes every week. Many of them do a pretty mediocre job at selling the person they represent, and I’ve shared here before some ways to turn that around. One of the most common resume problems is looking out [...]
Our guests again today are Albert Burneko of Deadspin, host of the popular Foodspin column and Spilly, food humorist at SB Nation. Honored to have them both over for a chat about the kickoff to the [...] The post Football Foodie Summer Barbecue and Grilling Roundtable With ALBERT BURNEKO OF DEADSPIN AND SPILLY FROM SB NATION appeared first on Kissing Suzy Kolber.
Guest post by Danna Vetter, VP, Consumer Strategies, ARAMARK You’ve heard it all before. You do your research. You write the strategy. You set the goals and objectives. You train your community managers. You go live in two weeks. Facebook announces Timeline. You kick [insert EVERYTHING]. There is only one thing that can be done [...]
The following is a guest post by Marjorie Scheckle. In the wake of passage of the Affordable Care Act, the health care industry is changing so rapidly that it is sometimes hard to stay informed about how these changes may affect you. New advances in technology are changing how the health care industry functions to [...]
For months, debate has raged about the merits of guest posting, the relationship between content and links, backlinks, publishers and signature links, guest posting, and comments. It's time to shed a little clarity on the subject in a simple format.
Peter Genuardi & I are fellow bloggers for npENGAGE. I finally met him at NTEN’s annual conference a couple months ago. He’s the Founder & CEO of Strenth in Members. He helps organizations build better relationships with their supporters by finding social influencers on their email file and driving them engagement and conversion offers through [...]Show More Summary