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How to Make Wine - Step 3 - Stabilizing
Andy Watkins from Lakeland Winery explains how to check the specific gravity of your wine with a hydrometer to assure complete fermentation. He adds potassium metabisulfate and potassium sorbate to the carboy and stirs vigorously. These ingredients will help sterilize and protect against re-fermentation after bottling.
Intels ex-chief Andy Grove says U.S. is wildly inefficient at creating tech jobs
Andy Grove doesnt mince words, even in his semi-retired life. The former chief executive of Intel has written a forceful essay about How to make an American job before its too late for Bloomberg Businessweek. Depending on your point of view, you could put labels on his views about how Silicon Valley is failing to create enough jobs in the U.S. as startups scale up into rapid hiring, resulting in the creation of about 10 jobs in China for every one created in the U.S. You could call it incendiary, protectionist, alarmist, or just plain blunt. But whatever you call it, it is classic Andy Grove. He is worried about our future (as he was with the healthcare crisis and the onslaught of Japanese manufacturing in the 1980s) and proposes a tough fix. The problem is that not enough jobs are being created in Silicon Valley and the U.S., largely because of offshoring trends that motivate companies to place low-wage manufacturing jobs overseas. That has been a perennial problem, but many economists (Grove singles out New York Times columnist Thomas L. Friedman for his advocacy of startups, not bailouts) have not worried about it because the high-wage jobs that matter are created here. The profits of the companies also stay here and are invested in the creation of new technologies and more high-wage jobs. But Grove, who is a senior adviser for Intel but is expressing his own opinion, is troubled by the rapid growth of Asian economies and the lingering unemployment, which in Silicon Valley is holding stubborn at 9.7 percent, higher than the rest of the country. The situation is getting worse, he says, as companies have to generate more and more revenue just to create a single job in the U.S. The reason is that so much of the revenue generated from scaling up a startup into a manufacturing giant comes from creating a big base of factory jobs overseas. He estimates that Foxconn employs 250,000 people making Apple products in China, while Apple itself has only 25,000 U.S. employees. Since the early days of Silicon Valley, the money invested in companies has increased dramatically, only to produce fewer jobs, Grove wrote. Simply put, the U.S. has become wildly inefficient at creating American tech jobs. Grove sees the same thing happening in alternative energy, where the 10,000 jobs created in the U.S. for making solar cells is dwarfed by the number of jobs created doing the same thing in China. He worries that if the scaling up of technologies such as batteries takes place overseas, the U.S. will lose not just jobs but its ability to participate at all. Grove writers further, Should we wait and not act on the basis of early indicators? I think that would be a tragic mistake because the only chance we have to reverse the deterioration is if we act early and decisively. Grove proposes a tax on products that are made with overseas labor. Heres where his remarks are sure to cause charges of being an alarmist. (If the result is a trade war, treat it like other wars fight to win.) Keep that money separate. Deposit it in the coffers of what we might call the Scaling Bank of the U.S. and make these sums available to companies that will scale their American operations. Such a system would be a daily reminder that while pursuing our company goals, all of us in business have a responsibility to maintain the industrial base on which we depend and the society whose adaptability and stability we may have taken for granted.Unemployment is corrosive. If what Im suggesting sounds protectionist, so be it, he writes. There are some holes in Groves analysis. He doesnt mention that the engine of job growth in Silicon Valley has nothing to do with manufacturing. Much of it is focused on Web 2.0 style businesses and their successors. Companies such as Facebook, Zynga, Playdom and others are creating considerable numbers of jobs. These jobs arent available to the working class masses that Grove wants to support with manufacturing jobs, but they are important and worth mentioning in his analysis. Where Grove sees a crisis, others may see nothing wrong whatsoever. His conclusions may still be the same: that manufacturing jobs matter more. But manufacturing has been a losing battle in the U.S. for a long time. Proposing a tax on products that will be countered with a global trade war or a very serious confrontation with China may not save U.S. manufacturing. But I would agree with Grove that people ought to pay attention and do something about it. When Japan threatened the U.S. in chips in the 1980s and used its own protectionist tactics, the U.S. penalized Japan and forced it to start allowing the use of U.S. chips in Japanese-made products. The intervention was successful, though the U.S. industry came back not necessarily because of the trade pact but because Intel innovated in microprocessors, becoming the worlds biggest chip maker. Logically, in this day and age, the U.S. government should do something, but the rest is up to the innovators. [picture credit: Industry Week]
Stability Control Systems - Why Do the Feds Want Them?
Article by Andy at 2011-12-30 16:00:37 Categorized in Featured, News You Can Use, The NHTSA studies show that stability control systems can potentially save a few more lives on the road. Is the projected cost worth it?
Andy Staples: Why Big East-Notre Dame marriage makes sense for both parties
The Big East announced its intention Tuesday to add two more football-playing members to "enhance membership stability and maximize our value," according to a statement from Commissioner John Marinatto.
The Total CIO | Andy Blumenthal: From Crisis To Stability
With so much chaos going on in the world (natural disasters, political turmoil, extremism/terrorists, multiple wars, economic slump, and more), our society is under enormous pressure. Here is a quick chart of the crisis factors (on the left) seemingly tearing at our society as well as stabilizing factors (on the right) that are healing to it. Andy Blumenthal explains.
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Robinson 'fits' so snugly into Scottish job he signs until 2015
Andy Robinson is pleased to have agreed a new deal with Scottish Rugby. 'There will be stability over the next couple of years, which I think is important,' he ...
Intels ex-chief Andy Grove says U.S. is wildly inefficient at creating tech jobs
Andy Grove doesnt mince words, even in his semi-retired life. The former chief executive of Intel has written a forceful essay about How to make an American job before its too late for Bloomberg Businessweek. Depending on your point of view, you could put labels on his views about how Silicon Valley is failing to create enough jobs in the U.S. as startups scale up into rapid hiring, resulting in the creation of about 10 jobs in China for every one created in the U.S. You could call it incendiary, protectionist, alarmist, or just plain blunt. But whatever you call it, it is classic Andy Grove. He is worried about our future (as he was with the healthcare crisis and the onslaught of Japanese manufacturing in the 1980s) and proposes a tough fix. The problem is that not enough jobs are being created in Silicon Valley and the U.S., largely because of offshoring trends that motivate companies to place low-wage manufacturing jobs overseas. That has been a perennial problem, but many economists (Grove singles out New York Times columnist Thomas L. Friedman for his advocacy of startups, not bailouts) have not worried about it because the high-wage jobs that matter are created here. The profits of the companies also stay here and are invested in the creation of new technologies and more high-wage jobs. But Grove, who is a senior adviser for Intel but is expressing his own opinion, is troubled by the rapid growth of Asian economies and the lingering unemployment, which in Silicon Valley is holding stubborn at 9.7 percent, higher than the rest of the country. The situation is getting worse, he says, as companies have to generate more and more revenue just to create a single job in the U.S. The reason is that so much of the revenue generated from scaling up a startup into a manufacturing giant comes from creating a big base of factory jobs overseas. He estimates that Foxconn employs 250,000 people making Apple products in China, while Apple itself has only 25,000 U.S. employees. Since the early days of Silicon Valley, the money invested in companies has increased dramatically, only to produce fewer jobs, Grove wrote. Simply put, the U.S. has become wildly inefficient at creating American tech jobs. Grove sees the same thing happening in alternative energy, where the 10,000 jobs created in the U.S. for making solar cells is dwarfed by the number of jobs created doing the same thing in China. He worries that if the scaling up of technologies such as batteries takes place overseas, the U.S. will lose not just jobs but its ability to participate at all. Grove writers further, Should we wait and not act on the basis of early indicators? I think that would be a tragic mistake because the only chance we have to reverse the deterioration is if we act early and decisively. Grove proposes a tax on products that are made with overseas labor. Heres where his remarks are sure to cause charges of being an alarmist. (If the result is a trade war, treat it like other wars fight to win.) Keep that money separate. Deposit it in the coffers of what we might call the Scaling Bank of the U.S. and make these sums available to companies that will scale their American operations. Such a system would be a daily reminder that while pursuing our company goals, all of us in business have a responsibility to maintain the industrial base on which we depend and the society whose adaptability and stability we may have taken for granted.Unemployment is corrosive. If what Im suggesting sounds protectionist, so be it, he writes. There are some holes in Groves analysis. He doesnt mention that the engine of job growth in Silicon Valley has nothing to do with manufacturing. Much of it is focused on Web 2.0 style businesses and their successors. Companies such as Facebook, Zynga, Playdom and others are creating considerable numbers of jobs. These jobs arent available to the working class masses that Grove wants to support with manufacturing jobs, but they are important and worth mentioning in his analysis. Where Grove sees a crisis, others may see nothing wrong whatsoever. His conclusions may still be the same: that manufacturing jobs matter more. But manufacturing has been a losing battle in the U.S. for a long time. Proposing a tax on products that will be countered with a global trade war or a very serious confrontation with China may not save U.S. manufacturing. But I would agree with Grove that people ought to pay attention and do something about it. When Japan threatened the U.S. in chips in the 1980s and used its own protectionist tactics, the U.S. penalized Japan and forced it to start allowing the use of U.S. chips in Japanese-made products. The intervention was successful, though the U.S. industry came back not necessarily because of the trade pact but because Intel innovated in microprocessors, becoming the worlds biggest chip maker. Logically, in this day and age, the U.S. government should do something, but the rest is up to the innovators. [picture credit: Industry Week]
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Rafael Nadal, Novak Djokovic Face Off In Australian Open Final
to meet an excellent stand-in for Nadal in the immovable object department, Andy Murray. It took Djokovic almost five hours and five mostly grueling sets to subdue Murray in the semifinals yesterday. The good news for Djokovic is that he ...
Federal independent MP Andrew Wilkie says he still may have hissy fit on Pokies
FEDERAL independent MP Andrew Wilkie says he wants to see legislation on proposed ... 2012 deadline for the legislation to pass. "I am immovable. The legislation must be through the parliament before the budget this year," he told reporters in Canberra ...
Ravens vs Patriots Predictions: Predicting Score, Top Stat Stuffers of AFC Champ
The improbable force against the immovable object? Maybe ... during the regular season and still play at a high level in his absence. Andy Lyons/Getty Images Now, the Ravens face a passing offense that looks unstoppable and a defense ranked near the ...
Special Profile Series: Jennifer Costabile
My oldest has learned how to fly. AR: Do either you or your husband fly? Costabile: No. But I do remember that when Andrew was a baby he was just infatuated with ceiling fans. My mom used to take him to a fan store as an outing! He has just ...
Pokies deal will test PM integrity
Independent MP Andrew Wilkie says Julia Gillard will be breaching a pact ... One of those changes could be extending the technology start date to 2016. 'I am immovable. Australian fruit and vegetable growers say they fear they will become victims in ...
LIVE: England v Pakistan - the action on day two of the second Test in Abu Dhabi
64th over: England 166-2 (Cook 75) From nothing, Rehman gets a delivery to do loads and completely fools Trott who had looked immovable until that stage ... 1st over: England 0-0 (Strauss 0, Cook 0) Andrew Strauss and Alastair Cook come trotting out ...
Pokie reform ultimatum
DENISON independent MHR Andrew Wilkie says Julia Gillard will be breaching a ... One of those changes could be extending the technology start date to 2016. ``I am immovable. The legislation must be through the Parliament before the budget this year ...
Roberto Mancini Needs to Channel His Inner Mourinho To Help City Win The Title
Yet, when given the opportunity to cut the club’s losses, City rejected a generous swap with Liverpool for the under-performing Andy Carroll ... it worked and Chelsea has remained since an immovable force in English football. Mancini has proven as ...
This Week in Bayonne
Stabile at 5 p.m. The Bayonne Redevelopment authority meeting will take place at Harrington Council Chamber at 6 p.m. The St. Andrew’s Holy Name Society will meet at 7 p.m. in the Holy Name of St. Andrew’s School, 126 Broadway. Central ...
Odets’ Great Depression play still strikes a chord
Bessie’s daughter, Hennie, well played by Maggie May Stabile, is beautiful but lacks common sense ... good use of his government disability checks for money-making schemes. Andrew Krivoshein is sympathetic as the building attendant, yet another hard ...
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1930 FIFA World Cup knockout stage
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Bride of Chucky
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Our Lady of the Angels School fire
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Pomona High School (Arvada, Colorado)
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List of The Sopranos writers and directors
Single-episode directors : Andy Wolk ("Boca ", 1999) Matthew Penn ("A Hit Is a Hit ", 1999) ... Salvatore Stabile ("University ", 2001) ...