June 28, 2002

Pledge, Corporate Ethics & Trash

This is my (well, the essayist's) last word on the Pledge of Allegiance flap.

Proposed Homeland Security Legislation. Acrobat required. It deserves a close reading. Something else which deserves close reading is the cover story of Fortune magazine for June 24. It offers seven things which should be done to restore honesty to corporate behavior.

Has patent law gone too far? Commentary from the Christian Science Monitor. Many of us would agree that "pop-up" ads have gone too far: now several major publishers have sued one of the perps. But if the pop-ups become waste, there may be hope for them yet: history records many instances where innovation resulted from a garbage problem.

Posted by Linkmeister at June 28, 2002 03:27 PM

interesting link to the essay. i'll have to go back and reread it to get the real meaning of the words.

Posted by: ruminator at June 29, 2002 05:45 AM

Anything involving my former governor and homeland security requires A LOT of scrutiny. I'll be reading that when I get home from work. Thanx.

Posted by: gOdOfMiScHiEf at June 29, 2002 08:37 AM