Monthly Archives: November 2009

Business Tip: Survival of the Experimentals


Comment loudly and aggressively, but stay on topic!  NO  POLITICAL COMMENTS on non-political posts! My two key points here (saving you valuable blog reading time at NO extra charge!). 1. Branding is overrated and usually naively accepted as something that … Continue reading

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Climate Science Scandal – will Paleo Dendrochronology survive?


For new readers please NOTE  that I am NOT a climate skeptic, I am just wondering why groupthink seems so pervasive in the climate science community, especially over at the key climate blog RealClimate . Update: Two very thoughtful and … Continue reading

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More clear thinking about climate change from Bjorn Lomborg


In the Washington Post today Bjorn Lomborg has a  nice short article about why the climate conference in Copenhagen is falling short of expectations and why it’s time to start focusing on different approaches to limiting global warming. As one … Continue reading

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Google Adwords: All Your Advertising Base are Belong to GOOGLE!


I’m firing up an Adwords campaign to support our  CES 2010 Coverage over at Technology Report and … ummm… I am NOT enjoying revisiting the frustration of working with the world’s most sophisticated advertising monopoly. I really would NOT complain … Continue reading

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Thank you Nathan Myhrvold!


I’ve detailed some of my misadventures at Real Climate.org, the sometimes insightful but usually activism-masquerading-as science water cooler for folks who buy the notion that human-caused global warming (aka “AGW”) is on a rampage that is increasingly likely to end … Continue reading

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