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The New Cold War

The New Cold War

Written by Luke Burgess
Posted December 19, 2005
On Thursday I shared my eye-popping gas and electric bill with you.

Old Sneakers

Old Sneakers

Written by Brian Hicks
Posted December 16, 2005
Some of you readers may have been wondering something since you started reading The Waking Dragon – why doesn’t Sam talk about China as “the world’s workbench” or recommend China plays that highlight the country’s role as provider of low-cost labor to the world?

Communist China Saves Christmas

Communist China Saves Christmas

Written by Brian Hicks
Posted December 13, 2005
Bill O’Reilly can’t take it anymore. His nose is Rudolph-red over the “Happy Holidays” signs and “holiday trees” popping up around the country.

Natural Gas Supplies Tighten

Natural Gas Supplies Tighten

Written by Brian Hicks
Posted December 9, 2005
I’m stuck at my house in rural Maryland. Last night we got our first big blast of winter, dumping 6-inches of snow.

Where Are the Young'uns?

Where Are the Young'uns?

Written by Brian Hicks
Posted December 9, 2005
As I sat down in one of the meeting rooms of Baltimore’s World Trade Center, I wondered why the evening’s lecture had drawn the same demographic as an episode of Matlock.

Can You Hear Me Mao?

Can You Hear Me Mao?

Written by Brian Hicks
Posted December 6, 2005
It’s hard to learn Chinese script. Reading and writing the language of Confucius, Sun Yat-Sen, and close to 2 billion Chinese worldwide is quite difficult for westerners raised with alphabetic writing systems.

Mark My Words

Mark My Words

Written by Brian Hicks
Posted December 2, 2005
If the US goes to war with China, it might as well drop a bomb on Los Angeles.

Chicken Dance, Part II

Chicken Dance, Part II

Written by Luke Burgess
Posted December 2, 2005
It’s happening before our eyes. Yesterday I told you about a strain of the bird flu virus that was found on a quail farm in Southern California.

Justified Hype

Justified Hype

Written by Brian Hicks
Posted November 29, 2005
In my other life as a disc jockey, I’ve witnessed the rise of many previously unknown talents. Artists in every branch of music, from experimental noise to straightforward rock ‘n’ roll, depend on DJs to expand their audience and turn them into household names.

Chicken Dance

Chicken Dance

Written by Luke Burgess
Posted November 28, 2005
It was probably mentioned a million times at the dinner tables over the Thanksgiving holiday this year.

Massive Metal Rally

Massive Metal Rally

Written by Luke Burgess
Posted November 28, 2005
Today most metals hit multi-year highs in a broad metals rally.

Revolutionize the way we watch TV

Revolutionize the way we watch TV

Written by Luke Burgess
Posted November 25, 2005
Yesterday as my father, brother, and I watched the Broncos spoiled Thanksgiving for the Cowboys, my dad asked me about something I told you about two weeks ago. IPTV.