Thursday, November 25, 2021

On This #Thanksgiving2021 in the United States

On this Thanksgiving Day here in the United States, we give thanks for all who visit us as we are appreciative of the privilege to serve: 

As we go dark through Thanksgiving Week-End in all our properties, we leave all with these final words from President John F. Kennedy that was due to be delivered in Dallas but it never was as he was assasinated--we hope to be a small way to live up to the dream that President Kennedy Had:

Wednesday, November 24, 2021

Notations From the Grid (Special Mid-Week Edition): As 2022 is Before Us (Courtesy the Economist)


If 2021 was the year the world turned the tide against the pandemic, 2022 will be dominated by the need to adjust to new realities, both in areas reshaped by the crisis (the new world of work, and the future of travel) and as deeper trends reassert themselves (the rise of Chinaaccelerating climate change). In our annual publication, The World Ahead 2022, we consider the outlook for the coming year across politics, business, technology and culture. But zooming in from that bigger picture, here are eight specific ways in which the world will change next year.

Tom Standage
Deputy editor, The Economist, and editor, The World Ahead 2022

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Eight ways the world will change in 2022

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