Emma Green, writing in The Atlantic, reminds us that in the 17th century, “innovators” didn’t get accolades. They got their ears cut off.
Mathew O’Brien, in the Atlantic, reasons on why the Euro is doomed:
The euro zone doesn’t have the fiscal or banking unions it needs to make monetary union work, and it’s not close to changing that. In the meantime, the euro’s continuing flaws continue to suck countries into crisis. And their politics get radicalized.
RA, in The Economist blog had similar thought too..
Data is not information,
Information is not knowledge,
Knowledge is not understanding,
Understanding is not wisdom. ~ Clifford Stoll
Electric cars are taking on the might of the gas-guzzlers. John Broder, a NYTimes journalist, says his car broke down, in his review in the NYTimes on Feb 8, 2013. Elon Musk, the Chairman of Tesla, rebutted Broder’s claims in a blog post, with vehicle log data, claiming that Broder set out with the intention to discredit the Tesla S.
Data should speak louder than opinions, you say? Rebecca Greenfield, writing for the Atlantic, read Musk’s data in a very different light. NYTimes’s Public Editor, Margaret Sullivan, weighs in with her opinion of the way in which the case is unfolding.
David Weinberger explains why facts don’t work the way we want.