Archive for May, 2009

“It is human nature to trade. People want to do it. People want to meet other people. People want to learn. They want to share. People want to buy things and people want to sell things. They want to congregate. They want to travel. People want new experiences. They want to laugh, smile, sip tea, […]


Bing, as a resonating name designed to catch people’s attention is supposed to be the new powerful search engine and with features guarateeing intelligence in your search. What disturbs me, is that Microsoft again tries to incorporate it all. With Bing! it wants to give the “customer” more choice! However I have a feeling that […]


A striking situation calling for decisive measures, presented on Frontline – corruption in Nigeria. With over six hundred billion dollars overseas, the country finds itself in a desperate situation – people cannot provide, cannot take care of themselves, the country is literally struggling. Corruption in Nigeria has made it impossible to use god-given resources both […]


[Notes from a Frontline video on the Madoff affair.] FRONTLINE correspondent Martin Smith unearths the details of the world’s first global Ponzi scheme — a deception that lasted longer, reached wider and cut deeper than any other business scandal in history — in The Madoff Affair. Dec 11, 2008: Madoff was arrested for stock fraud. […]