Category Archives: internet

Mr. EBT and the Death of the Welfare State

One of the most fascinating things about the internet is how it collapses different cultures, events, and people into an “endless now” entirely outside the mainstream media’s attempt to edit and control the news that people receive. The video on … Continue reading

Posted in culture, drudge, internet, more, welfare, youtube | 33 Comments

When Will the Middle Class Opt-Out of Education (and Public Life)?

Hippies made a film in 1970 called Suppose They Gave a War and Nobody Came, a naïve but interesting idea, nevertheless. But what if people had a way … of opting out of all sorts of things they find awful? … Continue reading

Posted in education, internet, more, online, politics | 23 Comments

Asians In The Library: UCLA’s Diversity Comes Home

The standard view of “diversity” is everyone holding hands dancing around rainbows and unicorns denouncing how awful White Beta Males are. Great for everyone but White beta males. But even smoking hot Alpha White girls don’t like diversity. Because it … Continue reading

Posted in asians, culture, diversity, internet, library, more, UCLA | 85 Comments

Media’s Collapsing Advertising Rates Everywhere (but the Internet)

Recently, the Wall Street Journal ran a story on the collapsing advertising rates for radio networks prompting the highly leveraged radio nets to ask lenders for renegotiated covenants (since the radio networks are unable to maintain cash levels). Clear Channel, … Continue reading

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The Future of TV is on the Internet

One of the interesting things about watching the big four networks (ABC, CBS, Fox, and NBC) fall into oblivion is how reminiscent they are of GM, Chrysler, and Ford falling into irrelevance (though to be fair, Ford Motor Company’s new … Continue reading

Posted in business, demographics, internet, more, nbc, television | 6 Comments