|Article: What's Causing Our Millennials to Fail at Becoming Adults? |
By Rin 173 comments, latest 2 days ago:
Call it Crazy says Rin says Call it Crazy says Hmm.. That's sad.... Makes me wonder who REALLY is in charge in that house... Well, it's either Johnnie Walker, Jimmy Beam, or Jack Daniels, take...
|How colleges are finding tomorrow's prodigies |
By Rin 15 comments, latest 1 week ago:
Rin says corntrollio says As impressive as it is, the reality is that the student body at Stuy isn't as unique and special as it used to be before. It's hard to gather from this...
|Is it time to declare San Francisco, an overrated city? |
By Rin 71 comments, latest 1 week ago:
Mick Russom says I've been to Japan recently for many weeks, its tough there, but much cleaner and lower crime and a lot of work - but here in Berne Switzerland , very expensive to...
|Why do ppl promote the lie, 'Money Doesn't Bring Happiness' ? |
By Rin 152 comments, latest 3 weeks ago:
Rin says Rin says And then, yes, I'll have the ability to moonlight, one day a week, while doing research on the other days. BTW, I know another former engineer, who's now moonlighting, 2 days...
|Novartis to layoff 4K and then, perhaps offshore those jobs |
By Rin 10 comments, latest 1 month ago:
Rin says Rin says And then, the recruiter will say ... "Sorry, you need 4 years of separation technology experience. Go back to school." And then, the hiring managers go to the press and exclaim,...
|Was 1984, too early? |
By Rin posted 1 month ago:
This famous SuperBowl ad for the Macintosh, was this bizarre American century notion against the notion of conformity and all that gala ... My question is whether or not this ad was premature? Perhaps today,...
|Finally, a rich guy decides to become a scientist |
By Rin 13 comments, latest 1 month ago:
Rin says SoftShell says Now he is in a rush to develop a cure for whoever is the diseased, using his money and brainpower to bypass government hurdles. Isn't this obvious to all? Well, I...
|Yuck, a pro-management consulting career article! |
By Rin 12 comments, latest 3 months ago:
Rin says Ok, here are the MBA-ology programs touting some entrepreneurial genius. http://online.wsj.com/news/art Here's an excerpt ... 'Yet the true sign of success may not be success at all—B-schools may do best when providing students...
|Was it possible for both JFK's and RFK's killers to be lone gunmen? |
By Rin 18 comments, latest 3 months ago:
thomaswong.1986 says HydroCabron says (as already demonstrated by the failure of the Bush cuts to generate anything but more inequality) you might want to qualify what are these inequalities are... does it mean more free...
|Should one shed tears for Ballmer's departure from Microsoft? |
By Rin 13 comments, latest 3 months ago:
Rin says Dan8267 says MS seems to have gotten this idea with the laptop/desktop vs server distinction, but doesn't realize that tablets aren't laptops and smart phones aren't tablets. Form factor matters; it affects how...
|The rich are back & now, in the loan forgiveness act |
By Rin posted 4 months ago:
http://finance.yahoo.com/news/ Here's an excerpt: "But what if a wealthy investor promised to finance their venture in exchange for a slice of their future earnings? That’s the basic concept behind Upstart, a website that connects brilliant...
|Mainstream talk about hedge fund salaries. Again, why STEM? |
By Rin 6 comments, latest 4 months ago:
Rin says From the PhD thread, to help connect the dots on R&D and education in general. http://www.nytimes.com/2013/11 === The article was an interesting re-iteration of a long hold viewpoint, however, it bored me with...
|Another article on wasted graduate degrees |
By Rin 6 comments, latest 5 months ago:
Quigley says I'm going to go weld something.
|Enough on scientist threads, don't go into science if you're not already rich |
By Rin 85 comments, latest 6 months ago:
Rin says Ok, the following article isn't STEM. And although it's an extreme case, with a hint of muckraking, it does point at the plight of academics these days ... http://news.yahoo.com/adjunct- This person should have...
|Robots/AI future, we need a full blown welfare state but not state socialism |
By Rin 58 comments, latest 6 months ago:
freak80 says Rin says I didn't create the world around me but now that I've arrived, I'm gravely concerned about the decades ahead. But the Baby Boomers say it's all our fault for not working...
|3 pts: No STEM shortage, buy in countryside, & robots will take over |
By Rin 9 comments, latest 7 months ago:
Rin says Heraclitusstudent says By 2030 we will all be uploaded in a giant supercomputer and live happily ever-after far from the vicissitudes of real life. That's Kurzweil's big dream. I suspect that it won't...
|Robots/AI future, we can expand existing witness protection programs |
By Rin posted 8 months ago:
This is a reboot of an earlier thread on the end of work. Yes, in the future, robotic/expert systems will perform much of the work, which is paying our bills today. http://www.marshallbrain.com/r Thus, it's imperative...
|Should this person be a so-called role model or inspiration for anyone? |
By Rin 10 comments, latest 1 year ago:
Ceffer says Involutional obsessive educational paper chasing syndrome. We should make him work until 250 without social security or medicare.
|America will not come to an end during this century |
By Rin 25 comments, latest 1 year ago:
Rin says So I say Not India, Not China, but Asia-Pacific as a whole. The India/China bantering is reminiscent of the 80s where the media blitz was on Japan Inc, taking over the world of...
|Simple, doctors are overpaid |
By Rin 126 comments, latest 1 year ago:
Meccos says curious2 says Your myth is slightly irritating because certain people keep repeating it even though it's a red herring. So what exactly is "my myth" that you accuse me of? All i said...