Tag: economy

  • The business value of Design

    The business value of Design

    Business leaders who focus on their balance sheets are likely to overlook the potential value that a good design team can bring to the overall performance and value of a company. In other words: The business value of design is not just its ability to generate direct revenue, but its potential to improve almost every…

  • US Justice Department launches large scale lawsuit against Apple

    US Justice Department launches large scale lawsuit against Apple

    The US Department of Justice is going after Apple and their anti-competitive strategies to practically establish and maintain monopoly power in the market. This pretty much resonates with my recent rant about Apples greedy practices by making their hardware almost impossible to repair (by pairing parts inside a device so that replacing them would cripple…

  • Zeitgeist: Addendum

    Here is a two hour documentary by Peter Joseph from July 2008 explains so much of the backgrounds of a “corporatocracy” today, an unsustainable “monetary-ism” and religious deception that causes social and economic distress. »Zeitgeist: Addendum« is a sequel to the documentary »Zeitgeist« from 2007: Zeitgeist: Addendum, attempts to locate the root causes of this…

  • Information Design and the Monetary System

    I am personally interested in how the lack of information or proper presentation of that information led to the current financial crisis. Obviously the information was available — but not well understood, not correctly aggregated or falsely interpreted by politicians that were responsible for phony policies and flawed legislations.

  • Let’s play Bailout

    It seems US government is denying its responsibility for the financial crash — and even trying to get away with new mistakes by pushing congress to agree on a plan that is hardly removing the source of the problem.

  • Bailing out in the wrong direction

    US Government is suggesting a $700 billion financial package to prevent a chain reaction at Wall Street. The US national debt to over $10 trillion dollars with just a single decision. Interestingly there are many experts that tell their own story about what this all means on the long run. Someone may wonder where this…

  • The corrupt banking system: Money as dept

    Simple introduction monetarian theory. See Part 2, Part 3, Part 4, Part 5.