By Derek Melot/Bridge Magazine
“Knowledge is of two kinds. We know a subject ourselves, or we know where we can find information on it” – Samuel Johnson, 18th-century English author.
* The jury’s still out on whether Gov. Rick Snyder’s approach to renewable energy will be better than his predecessor’s:
* Where it is dangerous to be a pedestrian in Michigan:
* Mayor Dave Bing points out the hopeful — and less so — in Detroit to the New York Times. Here’s the kicker for those who wonder why Detroit can’t keep its public services in order — “Currently, for every dollar Detroit spends on its payroll, it spends an additional $1.08 on pensions and health care, Mr. Bing said.”
* I have no idea what a “hackerspace” is, but my attention was caught by the promo that referred to the profile subject having “the region’s best fortress in the instance of zombie invasion”:
* Based on questions from Michigan Supreme Court justices in recent oral arguments, retired Judge Lawrence Glazer says a majority is likely to rule the tax on public pension income constitutional. But there may be a twist:
* Hear about the shipwrecks in Thunder Bay: