Gongol.com Archives: April 2016
High-income, high-education people turn to the Internet for lifelong learning. People with lower incomes and less education don't as much.
A lot of fields reject self-taught" authorities on a subject. Computer programming does not.
Man stops to film tornado from his attic. It turns and obliterates his home before he can make it downstairs.
A sad prospect -- Nebraska is one of the only states to allocate electors by Congressional district, which is actually a sensible practice that more states should follow. Let the overall state winner take the two statewide electors.
Tracking the minimum wage to some kind of inflation-related index? Probably reasonable. But large jumps do run the serious risk of causing employers to take drastic measures, like automating or leaving the affected jurisdictions.