Tuesday, March 23, 2010

At last

Finally, the U.S. has taken steps toward health care reform.

It's only a baby step, but it's a positive start.

Personally, I'd much rather have the government overseeing my health care than an insurance company whose only real job is to maximize profits for its shareholders at the expense of my health care.

I have been denied care because it's too expensive (for the insurance company). As have countless others.

And so it goes.

Thursday, March 4, 2010

Makes perfect sense

Just curious...

If the print product of a media company is subsidizing the online ventures, why would you jeopardize the print product by pushing all your efforts to online?

If the print product goes under (or is rendered so irrelevant as to be useless), just what is the online division planning on putting online?

And if the online product is so embarrassingly unedited, inaccurate and inept, does that in itself reflect poorly and eventually continue the downfall of the print product?

Finally, why are accountants running media companies when it's obvious none of those accountants pay any attention to the news and have no idea how it's produced?

And so it goes.