One tune fits all

Apple CEO Steve Jobs is quickly becoming the Rockefeller of the music industry. Online music sales are exploding–almost tripling since last year–while overall album sales have declined 3.9 percent in


1. “Love, O Careless Love,” Susan Lark’s clock-radio bleated and sobbed in alarm, awakening her with a start from the sound sleep she had nearly talked herself into believing she

My Fellow Yalie: The Taliban Dude

Like most other people affiliated with Yale University, I was shocked to learn that a former high-level spokesperson for the Taliban, Sayed Rahmatullah Hashemi, has been enrolled in the non-degree

Zombie Politics

Stephen King is much more of a craftsman than he is usually given credit for, and his books are always entertaining. Cell goes off track, however, when the author pauses for political statement.

Defining virtue

David Vogel’s The Market for Virtue: The Potential and Limits of Corporate Social Responsibility offers a concise and engaging portrait of how Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) works in practice and