How Not to Win Friends and Influence People
Statue vandals, let me tell you what university administrators can’t bring themselves to say.
Hey, Uber, Over Here! Over Here!
Here in Virginia, we want to accelerate the development of a 21st century model for transportation, not tax it. Use us as a test bed, Uber. Please!
How Coal Saved the Grid in January
. Current regulatory policy is hostile to coal-generated electric power, and could become even more hostile if Virginia joins the Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative.
Amazon-ification and Vehicle Miles Driven
The rise of e-commerce and home delivery is changing America’s driving habits.
Is Mo’ Money the Solution to the STEM Job Shortage?
Do employers crave workers with certifications that can be obtained at community colleges or for-profit career schools? Or do they need employees with B.A.-, M.A.-, or Ph.D.-level degrees?
The Biggest Corporate Purchase of Solar Power in the U.S. … Ever
The proposed 500-megawatt solar development would include more than 750,000 solar panels.
How safe are Virginia’s nuclear power plants from terrorists, hackers, and natural disasters? Dominion worries about such threats 24/7 so you don’t have to.
21st Century Wealth Creation: Block.one
If crypto-currencies are going to transform the world, I’d like to see one of the epicenters of change arising in Blacksburg especially if Block.one turns out to be the next Microsoft, Apple, Google, or Amazon.
Who Needs a Car, or Bus, When You’ve Got Uber?
Hopefully, local governments will not throw roadblocks in Uber’s way to protect their local transit authorities.
In Praise of a Very Bad, but Very Necessary, Bill
A bill to cap in-state tuition at Virginia’s public universities is gaining traction in the General Assembly.