Digg Story: GM Said to Study Shedding Saab, Saturn, Pontiac

I work at a Cadillac/Hummer/Saab/Saturn Dealership and this article is worth the read. Very informative read even though I already knew most of the details. Apparently the Directors of the GM brands will be meeting early next week to review this new plan. meta/Sometimes not knowing how things will end up is a good thing./meta […]

Barack Obama Reveals Two-Year Plan to Create 2.5m Jobs

“We will put people back to work rebuilding our crumbling roads and bridges, modernising schools that are failing our children, and building wind farms and solar panels and fuel efficient cars and the alternative energy technologies th at can free us from our dependence on foreign oil,” he said. Both Republican and Democrat support would […]

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What If America Went 2.0?

Apparently this was submitted to digg before, but it was new to me. I just found it while surfing around google images. What do you think of them all? view i mage | digg story

5 Unusual Beers (that you gotta try!)

From chili to cherries, these beers aren’t your typical brews. read more | digg story

The Shifts In The Map – NYTimes

This flash animation starts with a map of the US showing blue and red shades for the counties that voted more D or more R than in 2004. Not much red on that map. It then goes on to break down some stats for states like Virginia, North Carolina, and Florida. Very interesting, IMHO. read […]

The War Next Door – Rolling Stone

As drug cartels battle the government, Mexico descends into chaos. The war has now spread to America’s own border. In three days in August, 43 people were killed in drug-related murders in and around Juárez, just across the river from El Paso. (Tip: Turn off your adblocking add-ons to view the video from the author […]

Docs show how 2004 Ohio voting routed through GOP servers

Newly obtained computer schematics provide further detail of how electronic voting data was routed during the 2004 election from Ohio’s Secretary of State’s office through a partisan Tennessee web hosting company. A network security expert with high- level US government clearances says the documents raise troubling questions. read more | digg story