“Toonces without a cause was funny the first four times it came through my RSS feed of your BlogSpot. The fifth time it’s starting to get old.”—Dan R. Sorry folks. The Tumblr queue f’d up my post. Should be fixed now.
Many have begun trading in CD, DVD, and book collections for digital music, movies, and e-books. But this trend in digital technology is now influencing some to get rid of nearly all of their physical possessions - from photographs to furniture to homes altogether.
My fantasy, though I kinda draw the line at homelessness.
WSJ: Why were you interested [in taking on the challenge of buying and reviving Newsweek]?
Sidney Harman: How could you not be? I’m a prodigious reader and I love to talk. The challenge at a time like this in the world of journalism…man, that’s inescapable. That’s better than a good-looking woman. Well, maybe not.
I’m having trouble finding anything concrete that is being proposed in Title 24, but the food trucks I follow in DC are quite concerned that elements of this bill will cause them to close up shop. Comments on the proposition are due by tomorrow, so visit yesontitle24.com and send a note of support in to Helder
I love entrepreneurs, I love food trucks, I love competition, and I love small businesses. And I don’t like the idea of any business being put under due to government regulation. The food trucks in DC are providing interesting, good quality and moderately priced options to DC’s residents and those working in the city, why take those away?
As a frequent lunch buyer, I’m not at all impressed with the lunch options in my downtown office location, thank heavens the food trucks came along and saved me from a life of Au bon Pain sandwiches and food bars, and poor quality ingredients!
If DC is serious about making the city a vibrant, exciting place to live and work, they should start by making it as easy as possible for people to throw their hats into ring.