January 31, 2004

Talking Points Memo

by Joshua Micah Marshall
(January 30, 2004 – 11:41 pm edt) [tpm]
Posted by cds at 09:10 PM | Politics

Sir Bill and his dragons—past, present and future

Having survived a gruelling battle with America’s trustbusters, Microsoft now faces a showdown in Europe. Meanwhile, another battle looms on the horizon
[The Economist]
Posted by cds at 03:28 PM | Tech

January 30, 2004

The Dead Center

By Robert B. Reich [NY Times]
Posted by cds at 12:36 PM | Politics

January 26, 2004

Unsteady State

by Hendrik Hertzberg [New Yorker]
Posted by cds at 05:31 PM | Politics

Power Rangers

Did the Bush Administration create a new American empire—or weaken the old one?
by Joshua Micah Marshall [New Yorker]
Posted by cds at 04:33 AM | Politics

January 24, 2004

The Tyranny of Copyright?

By Robert S. Boynton [NY Times]
Posted by cds at 05:54 PM | Tech

Thick as a (Campaign) Plank

U.S. Leaders Either Don’t Understand or Prefer Not to Understand the IT Outsourcing Crisis, So Here’s the Cliff Notes Version
By Robert X. Cringely [I, Cringely]
Posted by cds at 02:43 PM | Tech

January 23, 2004

Interview with George Soros

Talking Points Memo
By Josh Marshall [tpm]
Posted by cds at 06:36 PM | Politics

Fortress Bush

How the White House keeps the press under control.
By Ken Auletta [The New Yorker]
Posted by cds at 06:35 PM | Politics

January 21, 2004

Stalled Process

by Jonathan Cohn [tnr]
Posted by cds at 06:23 PM | Politics

Bush loses his aura of invincibility

In his State of the Union address, the president posed once again as the indomitable wartime leader—but it didn’t play as well this time.
By Gary Kamiya [Salon]
Posted by cds at 12:41 PM | Politics

January 19, 2004

The Myth of the Democratic Establishment

Howard Dean’s grassroots rebellion against the power that isn’t.
By Nicholas Confessore [Washington Monthly]
Posted by cds at 01:21 PM | Politics

Fixing Democracy

[NY Times]
Posted by cds at 01:21 PM | Politics

January 13, 2004

The media vs. Howard Dean

Democrats haven’t voted yet, but reporters have got the story: The former Vermont governor is angry, gaffe-prone and unelectable. How do they know? Republicans, and anonymous Democrats, told them so.
By Eric Boehlert [Salon]
Posted by cds at 05:12 PM | Politics

The Awful Truth

By Paul Krugman [NY Times]
Posted by cds at 01:13 AM | Punditry