Spincycle is interested in questions around media, governance, and political economy. He strongly values reading good fiction for he feels that it imparts the important value of empathy.
Making environmental problems known to the public appears to improve compliance dramatically — an effective and inexpensive solution for many countries with limited enforcement tools.
Indian food outside India has taken on a life of its own.
Providing small loans to villagers is an effective strategy for helping countries work their way out of poverty without enriching dictators.
It takes more than transportation systems to improve third world economies.
Market shelves today are full of products claiming to be 'whole grain'. Do you know what that really means?
It seems the whole stock market is besieged by nervous anxiety – ready to pounce upon companies showing any sign of weakness.
A new report shows that most of the prisoners at Guantanamo may be there for reasons other than actual involvement in terrorism.
The hubris of technology is most discernible in the fact that when people talk about technology, they talk about 'when' and not 'if'.