Saturday Night Live became Tuesday morning reality when State Farm attorney, the “honorable” Shelia L. Birnbaum, hit the wrong button and sent the media an email asking if Attorney General Jim Hood could be charged with Contempt of Court.
I bet you did Shelia – the panic button – when Hood’s office replied, “No, you can’t! Continue reading “Hello! Hello! Is this the party to whom I am speaking?”
Blogs are touted as the savior of democracy – a voice for the people, a place where our cherished freedom of speech enjoys the freedom of information.
…and, by the way, did I mention the bridge I’ve got for sale up in Brooklyn?
Blogs are in the information business – news you can use but news that can use you, too. Continue reading “Robin’ Hood of Support”
“The wise man listens to meaning; the fool only gets the noise.”
Poet C. P. Cavafy
“Favor distilled thinking, by which I mean the thinking based on information that is around us that is stripped of meaningless but diverting clutter. For the difference between noise and information has an analog: that between journalism and history.”
Nassim Nicholas Taleb in Fooled by Randomness Continue reading “Xavier University v. Travelers / Chehardy v. Allstate”