Gongol.com Archives: October 2012
Brian Gongol

October 12, 2012

Business and Finance Should we abandon "too big to fail"?

Business and Finance Economic Freedom of the World, 2012 edition

Agriculture USDA reiterates estimate: 140 bushels per acre of corn in Iowa
For a terrible drought year, that's not a bad output

Aviation News What's been learned from deliberately crashing an airplane

The United States of America Who's going to stop the national madness?
A 34-year-old writer builds the case against his 63-year-old father's generation for failures of many types -- especially economic ones. But who's going to bite the bullet and fix things?

News The Cubs chairman explains the team's long-term strategy
Looking at the long term sometimes causes discomfort in the short run

Business and Finance Nothing makes today look better than how bad yesterday looked
(Video) A compilation of local television commercials from the 1980s gives a glimpse into how much things have improved since then

Science and Technology 3D printing delivers a complete acoustic guitar

News Should the EU have won the Nobel Peace Prize?

Computers and the Internet Unmasking a notorious online troll

Business and Finance Applebee's as late-night club

Broadcasting "Eminence Front" by The Who was once used as a TV news intro song

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