Two Midwestern rivers listed among nation's "most endangered"
The cost of being Google
People use the Internet so much now, that serving the online masses takes lots of capital spending on things like data centers, and lots of operational money as well to pay for the electricity required by the computers in those data centers. It's a bit funny to think about how much physical stuff is required to produce a completely intangible service. Related: Some thoughts captured from Charlie Munger about investing at a recent talk.
New law says British users of online banking are personally responsible for antivirus software