I am a fan of Farhad Manjoo (NY Times columnist). He generally provides great advice about tech. But, every once in a while, he proves that, while he may write about tech, he is still not a techie…
One of the leading causes of death is still heart failure. Which is why improvements in heart transplantation and the development of an artificial heart have been high on the “to do” list for years. How many? Since at least when I began working on my artificial kidney about four decades ago.
Is this really about Obamacare (PPACA) or a backdoor entry to change how religion is dealt with in the workplace? I think it’s the latter, and that’s why the Supreme Court will be making a very narrow ruling in Sebelius v. Hobby Lobby Stores.
Most of you know I’ve moved recently. For the first time in a quarter century. And, this time, the primary purpose was to downsize. After all, my kids are all grown up and doing fine…there’s no reason to have a large house with lots of empty bedrooms.
Is this another case of government overreach? Or, should we consider this a valid concept? I can argue the case both ways (yes, I was on debate teams for many years)- but I really am torn over this issue. Oh, yeah, that’s right. You can’t read my mind. So, let me explain the issues.