I did my first big Twitter group tweet last week. It’s called a “tweetcast.”
Three members of the San Diego City Council in 2003 were accused of extortion, wire fraud and conspiracy to commit wire fraud for allegedly accepting illegal campaign contributions from a strip club owner. The accusation was related to an apparent desire to end the city’s no-touch laws.
This story began in January, when I was cleaning my office and rearranging its spaghetti nest of wires. I noticed the cable modem that I pay Time Warner Cable $7 per month for and it dawned on me that I could save that fee by buying my own modem.
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July 24, 2104 -- George Chamberlin and Alan Gin, professor at the University of San Diego, discuss how far the country has recovered from the Great Recession and why the recovery has been so slow.