- The EU headscarf ruling, or how to undercut your own argument.
- How Great Would This Be?
- This just came in through the contact form
- A Jet-Lagged R4
- Idée Fixe
- My Rejected Submission for "Thought for the Day"
- A Sense of Proportion
- My missed career as a theologian.
- Big increase in the price of paper ahead.
- Never as planned
- Wat de mens gescheiden heeft
- Found on an old hard drive
- Any sufficiently advanced technology
- "For A Successful Life"
- Awash with rage
- Watch, anyone?
- Stand Up for What You Believe in, or Maybe Not
- Convert Now, Before You Change Your Mind
- That Time of Year
- Group Smarts
- It's the Smell, Stupid!
- The Final Copernican Revolution
- The Long March
- Dalton's Beetle
- No problem
- A forum Moderator's Guide out of the Democracy Fallacy
Big increase in the price of paper ahead.
European journalists have a wonderful fascination for the question who will pay when a change in the cost of raw materials, a disaster or a change in regulations makes a certain product or service more expensive. The company or the customer? Journos must live in a world where companies have a source of income that isn't customers. That’s frightening.
Or perhaps it’s a clumsy way of asking whether, in response to an increase in gas prices, companies will adjust their profit margins downward. I’m not sure which of the two ways of putting the question sounds silliest.
Thursday 27 September 2012