Boondoggle upon boondoggle.
The latest on the ongoing California debacle. Some of us predicted this a dozen years ago. It never made economic sense.
An interesting discussion at Selenian Boondocks.
I’ve seen this coming for a couple years, with the empty shelves, and going to a consignment business model. I don’t think it would have survived anyway, but the pandemic was the last nail in the coffin. It’s the end of an era.
Bryan Preston remembers Fry’s. Our Fry’s was Tahitian themed. It was probably also the smallest store in the chain, perhaps because of real-estate prices in Manhattan Beach. It never carried appliances. If I wanted to have more selection, I had to drive to the ones in Commerce, Canoga Park, or Fountain Valley.
How it’s about to disrupt the telecommunications sector.
Massively, I suspect.
…is economic. It’s a battle between products of the mind, and tangible objects.
Why it has the greens running scared.
If you think I’m rough on it, let Casey Handmer tell you what he really thinks.
[Update a while later]
I just read the whole thing, and it’s (justifiably) brutal, particularly toward Boeing.
I’ve tried to interest AEI in doing more on space policy, and it looks like they’re trying. I know it’s short notice, but this event starts in a little over an hour.