Monthly Archives: October 2011

What Does Wall Street Really Want?

Paul Brandeis Raushenbush Senior Religion Editor for the Huffington Post What does Occupy Wall Street want? This has been the continual question from the media, and the critique from skeptics. The question “what do they want?” has been used to … Continue reading

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Bankers’ Salaries vs. Everyone Else’s

By CATHERINE RAMPELL Why are the Occupy Wall Streeters so angry at bankers? This chart might give you some idea: Via New York State Comptroller report. That chart is from a new report from the New York State Comptroller’s office … Continue reading

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A Letter to the #Occup(iers): The principle of Non-contradiction

Lawrence Lessig Author, ‘Republic, Lost’; Founder, Rootstrikers Like a fever, revolutions come in waves. And if this is a revolution, then it broke first on November 4, 2008, with the election of Barack Obama, second, on February 19, 2009, with … Continue reading

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Corporate Citizenship: How Public Dissent In Paris Sparked Creation Of The Corporate Person

Ryan Grim & Mike Sacks WASHINGTON — Of all the Occupy Wall Street refrains, one of the most memorable is, “I refuse to believe that corporations are people until Texas executes one.” But, clever as it is, the quip looks … Continue reading

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Steve Jobs 1955-2011

Steve Jobs has been an important figure in my life for the past 30 years. I worked on Apple computers as a teacher and taught other teachers how to use them in science classes in the early 80′s. When I … Continue reading

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The Uniqueness of Steve Jobs

Diana Nyad Long distance swimmer With millions of others today, I am both burdened with sadness and lifted with inspiration as we stand in awe and applaud the uniqueness of Steve Jobs. Like the other geniuses and visionaries of various … Continue reading

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President Obama on the Passing of Steve Jobs

Following the loss of visionary Apple co-founder Steve Jobs, President Obama released this statement: Michelle and I are saddened to learn of the passing of Steve Jobs. Steve was among the greatest of American innovators – brave enough to think … Continue reading

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Steve Jobs’ Legacy: Think Different

Pierre Omidyar CEO and publisher of Honolulu Civil Beat, Founder of eBay When I was an eighth-grader in 1980, living here in Honolulu, I used to beg my mother to let me spend Saturdays at a neighborhood computer store, so … Continue reading

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Jobs Added Art to STEM to Create Steam

John Maeda President, Rhode Island School of Design I’m one of many nerds who started programming with an Apple II. I bought the first Mac in 1984, right before I got on a plane to go to MIT. When I … Continue reading

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Corporate Whining

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