The Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) was a non-profit when Postel was a key figure there. Recently, however, it has decided to try a new strategy and generate huge amounts of revenue by auctioning off new top-level domains.
The prince is about to inherit the family business. His first act as king will be to invest in a queen that will bring a high rate of return to the kingdom.
Do you budget for St. Patrick’s Day or just let the expense wash over you like so much green-tinted water?
The Wall Street Journal has an indisputable piece by Jennifer Wallace that points out that giving chores to children is a very good thing.
For a new non-profit called “Women on 20s,” it’s an extremely good idea, and one whose time has come. The organization’s campaign aims to remove Andrew Jackson, the nation’s wild-haired and controversial seventh president, from the $20 and replace him with an important American woman in time for the centennial of women’s suffrage in 2020.
Make sure you agree on terms before taking a job for someone, or you might get paid in half of a dead horse.
One Wednesday night not long ago, I went to bed with a job and woke up unemployed.
Above is a rendering of micro-apartments being stacked in NYC, which Pop Up City notes will occur this spring. We’ve written about these micro-apartments before—they’re meant for singles earning less than $77K a year and mirrors the kind of small, modular housing found in dense cities like Tokyo. Only 55 micro-units will be available for rent once this project is completed.
Professor Dumpster is moving out of the dumpster—and if you live in Austin, he might be coming to a couch near you.