What’s so smart about corporate energy’s transition to smart meters?
The unionth are dethpicable!
California does some blue sky thinking about public transport
Steven Joyce meets Elvis at the bottom of a glass
The Christchurch earthquake, via Blackberry …
The proposed high speed rail link between Sacramento – San Francisco – Los Angeles is already hitting some speed bumps
Simon is so powerful nobody’s allowed to argue with him
Government To Mine Rich Vein Of Irony
Naif balladeer has mandolin, and a story to tell
The author is reincarnated into the body of a free verse poet
Suddenly the Government’s strategy makes sens
Harman vs Winograd : the Democratic Party at war, with itself
Searching for common ground among California’s Latino/Chicano/Mexicano voters
Odes for the malodorous
Gavin Newsom goes sub-gubernatorial in California
Super Logos for a Super City
Lyndon Hood installs a crime-prevention camera in the Justice Minister’s mind.
Californian voters learn to live with constitutional gridlock
The Red Scare of the 1950s helped create this hymn to perpetual motion.
We’ll put the world to rights
The battle to control California’s water
The race to be the next Governor of California
Looking beyond the veil into news beyond our own
California fails to cope with its crowded prisons
Bullet Points Will Solve All My Structure Problems
Away from home among the homeless in Berkeley California
Lyndon Hood – discretely proffers a cautionary tale
How California has screwed up the funding of education
“Only if the sword is very short, and the pen is very sharp.” [Terry Pratchett, The Light Fantastic]
Rosalea Barker reports from the US about California’s social and budgetary meltdown