Thursday, May 31, 2018

Team cracks code to cheap, small carbon nanotubes

“Show me the incentive and I’ll show you the outcome”.  
~ Charlie Munger  

Every thought vibrates through the universe.
— Dorothy Richardson - every swimming stroke does too ...

Tax Commissioner blasts four corners report

Victoria Police officers fake more than 250000 roadside breath tests ...

We let the community down': Victoria police faked 258000 breath tests

ASIC does not use the sticks it has against the banks
ASIC says it lacks effective penalties for many financial services breaches of the law, but it doesn't even threaten to use some of the hefty penalties it has ...

Arkady Babchenko reveals he faked his death to thwart Moscow plot

Arkady Babchenko Is Alive—Why Did Ukraine Stage His Death? - The Atlantic

'Murdered' journalist Arkady Babchenko turns up alive after death ...

Arkady Arkadyevich Babchenko is a Russian journalist and war correspondent. Writing in The Guardian, Tibor Fischer said that Babchenko's piece, Argun, "is right up there with Catch-22 or Michael Herr's Dispatches." Wikipedia
Born18 March 1977, Moscow, Russia

Armenia's Ghostly Soviet Center

Team cracks code to cheap, small carbon nanotubes

Richer Sounds boss launches crusade to expose tax avoiders

The Guardian-26 May 2018
Julian Richer, who has an estimated £160m fortune, is an unlikely crusader for tax fairness. In his new book, The Ethical Capitalist: How to Make Business Work Better for Society ...

UK Home Office's £885m crim records digi effort: A'masterclass in incompetence'

Watchdog not happy with Emergency Services Network, either

We're in a crisis in governance ‒ so now what?
DANNY DAVIS: Materially better outcomes are being achieved where staff, management and executive get to make their everyday decisions in the context of long-term multi-outcome ‘information foresight’.

Research shows networking is painful, but it can be a lot better
CASE STUDY: Is it enough to throw a group of people together, give them a name badge and hope for the best? Research suggests it isn’t.

Power causes brain damage
How leaders lose mental capacities ‒ most notably for reading other people ‒ that were essential to their rise." (The Atlantic)