Why the Chicken McNugget Is a Great Argument Against Strong Patent Laws
But for those of us who happen to care about patent law, there's one part of his legacy that's particularly fascinating: the Chicken ... R&D costs are so high, and the ease of copying so low, that nobody in their right mind would invest in their creation ...
Why Stevie Can't Spell
"You really can't spell." That I knew. What I wanted to find out was why ... is it A? . . . R . . . Two Rs? A? A-R-Y. Itinerrary. I once spell-checked a 2,000-word article I had written for the Post's Travel section and found I had spelled itinerary ...
Here, jazz is spelled J-E-B-R-Y
without doubt, tremendously entertaining, and that’s what these things are supposed to be. As another great jazz singer, Joy Adams, is fond of saying: “That’s why they call it playing.” Jebry’s accompanists, who also back all the guests ...
Why is a U.S. Army brigade being assigned to the “Homeland”?
Roger Cloutier said, referring to crowd and traffic control equipment and nonlethal weapons designed to subdue unruly or dangerous individuals without killing them ... John Warner (R-Va.). Sen. Ted Kennedy openly endorsed it, and Rep.
Why an Indian threat to Pakistan is a myth
India has neither the intent nor the capability to pose a major threat to Pakistan ... of the country, says Colonel (Dr) Anil Athale (retd) This is season for busting long held myths. The Abbottabad raid by the Americans without the apparent knowledge ...