I must put my DoD budget analysis on hold again. Dog ate my homework, what can I say?
I also owe Darlene the Science Cheerleader a blog on reviving the Office of Technology Assessment. In the meantime, you can check out Dar's original entry on this petition. You can also check here and here for my earlier entries on this topic. Given all the other silliness in Washington, a calm, sober group of analysts providing sage advice on science and technology issues sounds like a good idea.
Oh yeah, and I decided to spend my tax refund on a Kindle 2 with case. I'm expecting to take delivery on Monday. I'll write a product review once I've had a chance to work with the toy a bit.
This looks like something to write while drinking a glass or two of wine: a winery is holding a contest to write the blurb on the back of their latest label. The catch? The name of the wine is Rocket Science.
OpenNASA has a new posting on reinventing NASA.
A Rasmussen Poll states that only 53% of Americans think capitalism is better than socialism.
An NSS blog on a Catch-22 in space development.
Fox News reports on NASA cost overruns.
The Pentagon played an economic war game recently--and the results were not promising.
President Obama's new science advisor talks about many issues with Science, including space and NASA.
This is an interesting site: you can track this guy's GPS position as he climbs Mt. Everest.