July 17 readings fail

Welcome failures as a by-product of innovation and get on with it.  Here’s another remainder.

Americans say enough with intellectualizing of our gluttony, screw the dieting and let’s just make peace with the status quo. And that includes giving in to our hard-wired survivalist eating habits.

Readers suggest ways to revive the failed BusinessWeek. But aren’t those just more of the same?

Harvard endowment fund management fail, so the 2009 incoming class is even larger than usual.

With more than 80,000 people on the kidney transplant waiting list in the US alone, how do we get a kidney for everyone?

Big news publishers threats fail, Google tells them to bugger off.

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    Hey
    sory to write to you like this, but i could not find the contact form. I really like your blog and i was wondering if you would maybe like a link exchange with my website http://www.sayeconomy.com . My site has many good articles and gets over 100.000 different visitors per month. I think we would both benefit out of this exchange alot. We would get higher position in search engines and many new visitors from each others sites.

    Well let me know on info@sayeconomy.com . I would really like a link exchange with your blog (i like it alot).

    Thank you in advance for your reply.

    Cheers,
    Matt