American innovation hinges on creativity – it is what allows our kids to dream big and our artists to create works that inspire us all. The jobs that result are thanks entirely to our willingness to foster creative talent, and an environment where it can thrive and prosper." [...] The Congressional Creative Rights Caucus will serve to educate Members of Congress and the general public about the importance of preserving and protecting the rights of the creative community in the U.S. American creators of motion pictures, music, software and other creative works rely on Congress to protect their copyrights, human rights, First Amendment rights and property rights.
Most anyone working in the corporate world has heard of "buzzword" bingo. This is a game played most often alone in one's head while listening to mid-level management types discussing topics about which they have little actual understanding. In his latest article, Watching The Herd unlocks the secret of why those who master the craft of modern corporate doublespeak are those most likely to be promoted to ever-higher levels of incompetence.
When a fellow says, "It ain't the money but the principle of the thing," it's the money. -- Kim Hubbard