Justices Rule in Favor of Hobby Lobby – NYTimes.com E così, anche le società con scopo di lucro hanno libertà di credo religioso, invece di dover essere neutrali rispetto alla convizioni religiose dei loro dipendenti… mahhh… Posted from Diigo.
Poetry: Who Needs It? – NYTimes.com “A century ago, poetry did not appear in little magazines devoted to it, but on the pages of newspapers and mass-circulation magazines. The big magazines and even the newspapers began declining about the time they stopped printing poetry. (I know, I know — I’ve put the cause before the […]
Fondazione Bruno Visentini – newsletter-n-9.pdf “Imprese e tecnologie digitali “ Posted from Diigo.
Apparently, the Heartbleed bug was discovered on the same day by two different teams. Is it just a very strange coincidence?
The short guide to Capital in the 21st Century – Vox Posted from Diigo.
Interview With David Andolfatto – Business Insider “St. Louis Fed Vice President: Bitcoin Could Be A Good Threat To Central Banks” Posted from Diigo.
Il futuro delle monete digitali sarà settoriale? PotCoin è annunciata come “The Official Coin of The Cannabis Industry“: Potcoin – Home. Vedi anche articolo su MotherJones. Alla base, c’è la necessità di introdurre monete digitali nei settori dove ci sono problemi di vario tipo ad utilizzare sistemi di pagamento tradizionali, cioè quelli basati sul sistema […]
Dalla comunicazione dell’IRS (Internal Revenue Service): “How is virtual currency treated for federal tax purposes? For federal tax purposes, virtual currency is treated as property. General tax principles applicable to property transactions apply to transactions using virtual currency” “Must a taxpayer who receives virtual currency as payment for goods or services include in computing gross […]
The Rise of Anti-Capitalism – NYTimes.com “What makes the social commons more relevant today is that we are constructing an Internet of Things infrastructure that optimizes collaboration, universal access and inclusion, all of which are critical to the creation of social capital and the ushering in of a sharing economy. The Internet of Things is […]
Kenneth Rogoff identifies several obstacles to keeping living standards on an upward trajectory. – Project Syndicate “Capitalist economies have been spectacularly efficient at enabling growing consumption of private goods, at least over the long run. When it comes to public goods – such as education, the environment, health care, and equal opportunity – the record […]