Loose Wire: Excuse Me, My

By | March 1, 2002

Loose Wire: Excuse Me, My Ego’s Ringing [ this appeared in FEER, 01/31/2002] Few of us stop to think just how revolutionary the mobile phone is. It enables us to be always on call and always in touch with those important to us, it frees us from the confines of office and home, but perhaps most importantly it… Read More »

Loose Wire: Here’s Where The

By | January 30, 2002

Loose Wire: Here’s Where The Party Is By Jeremy Wagstaff from the 7 February 2002 edition of the Far Eastern Economic Review, (c) 2003, Dow Jones & Company, Inc. The Internet is like a teenage party: lots of groping around in the dark hoping to bump into something worth telling your friends about later. And like a teenage… Read More »

Loose Wire: Actually Bill, No,

By | January 10, 2002

Loose Wire: Actually Bill, No, I Can’t By Jeremy Wagstaff 12/13/2001 Far Eastern Economic Review (Copyright (c) 2001, Dow Jones & Company, Inc.) I’m frankly flabbergasted that the Microsoft antitrust trial in the United States is reaching such an ignominious end. But am I alone in my righteous indignation? I won’t bore you with the details, but the… Read More »

Loose Wire: War Games By

By | January 10, 2002

Loose Wire: War Games By Jeremy Wagstaff 01/10/2002 Far Eastern Economic Review (Copyright (c) 2002, Dow Jones & Company, Inc.) I’m not going to venture an opinion on the state of the war against terror, but I’m probably the only one. Think you can do better than the military? Try your hand at Real War, which isn’t just… Read More »

Column: Christmas stuff

By | December 24, 2001

Loose Wire — Have a Bidet Christmas   By Jeremy Wagstaff, from the 27 December 2001 edition of the Far Eastern Economic Review, (c) 2001, Dow Jones & Company, Inc. For most of us, this Christmas is going to be what I would call (remember where you heard it first) a “bidet Christmas.” In a nutshellthis means we’re… Read More »