Thursday, October 6, 2011

Thursday's Daily Brief

Thursday, October 6, 2011
Tech Leaders Remember Steve Jobs: Bill Gates, Larry Page And More
Video Appears To Show NYPD Officer Striking Occupy Wall Street Activists With Baton
NATO Continues Bombing Campaign In Libya
Are Women More Sexually Adventurous Than Men? Survey Says...
Sarah Palin Makes Decision On 2012
Pierre Omidyar: Steve Jobs' Legacy: Think Different
Steve expanded our world with technology, but he also showed us that thinking differently is indeed how we can change the world. And for that, I am truly thankful for his passion, his example and his inspiration.
David Wild: "Revolution": A Playlist for the Late, Great Steve Jobs
To borrow a phrase from the Beatles, we all want to change the world. A few of us actually do. Rest in Peace Steve Jobs.
Bernard-Henri Lévy: The Pharmacy of Europe
That Europe is both the name of what ails us and its remedy, that it is among the origins of the crisis and the means of surmounting it should come as no surprise to those who remember the lessons of our masters.
Miriam Novogrodsky: Divorced Co-Parenting: An Oxymoron
You are never divorced if children are involved. You are perpetually divorcing.
Conrad Black: Off With the FT's Head
I am groggy with disbelief at the London Financial Times' suggestion that British justice should now, having preserved its virtue and a reasonable facsimile of due process for centuries, adopt the American plea bargain, at least in corporate matters.

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