The Economics of Scotland’s Choice | NYTimes.com

Scotland will face significant economic risks if it leaves Britain, which it has been a part of for more than 300 years.

This will be particularly true if it keeps using the pound as its currency.

via The Economics of Scotland’s Choice – NYTimes.com.

The Economics of Scotland’s Choice | NYTimes.com

Scotland will face significant economic risks if it leaves Britain, which it has been a part of for more than 300 years.

This will be particularly true if it keeps using the pound as its currency.

via The Economics of Scotland’s Choice – NYTimes.com.

Obama Unable to Sleep After Learning Limbaugh Liked His Speech | The New Yorker


.. the President has been unable to sleep since Limbaugh complimented him on the air and has been seen pacing back and forth in the Oval Office in a way that aides described as “worrisome.”

via Obama Unable to Sleep After Learning Limbaugh Liked His Speech – The New Yorker.

Lockheed Martin to aid Australia in data center consoldation | c4isrnet.com

.. this project will consolidate the third-largest information and communications technology network in Australia from 280 data centers to 11 domestically and three internationally.

The initiative, which includes 6,000 servers and 100,000 workstations, will merge infrastructure and applications to operate a robust, resilient, integrated network.

via Lockheed Martin to aid Australia in data center consoldation | C4ISR & Networks | c4isrnet.com.

Why Lockheed Martin is closely watching the independence campaign in Scotland | Quartz


Lockheed Martin is one company that makes a lot of money off supplying parts for Trident and has put pressure on the US and UK to keep it in Scotland

via Why Lockheed Martin is closely watching the independence campaign in Scotland | Quartz.

BOISE, Idaho: FCC subpoenas Idaho over broadband contract | MiamiHerald.com

FCC Office of the Inspector General has subpoenaed the state for documents related to the Idaho Education Network, which has been the subject of a five-year lawsuit alleging the state illegally awarded the contract to provide broadband service to Idaho schools.

via BOISE, Idaho: FCC subpoenas Idaho over broadband contract – Technology – MiamiHerald.com.

Ericsson buys Fabrix Systems for $95M to help put TV on any screen | Computerworld

The acquisition is intended to help service providers deliver what Ericsson calls TV Anywhere, for viewing on multiple devices with high-quality and relevant content for each user.

Cable operators, telecommunications carriers and other service providers are seeing rapid growth in video streaming and want to reach consumers on multiple screens.

That content increasingly is hosted in cloud data centers and delivered via Internet Protocol networks.

via Ericsson buys Fabrix Systems for $95M to help put TV on any screen | Computerworld.