About Gary Burge
I am an experieced web programmer, techno-activist, romantic idealist, who never quite left the sixties, even though I became quite successful in the Internet space.
My business philosphy is different now than when I toiled in the bigco world. About a decade ago I experienced a life-altering epiphany: I was sacrificing my personal life and health to feed a corporate monster.
Tag Archives: Barack Obama
By Gary Burge | Published: June 23, 2009
QUESTION: Won’t that drive private insurers out of business? THE PRESIDENT: Why would it drive private insurers out of business? If private insurers say that the marketplace provides the best quality health care, if they tell us that they’re offering a good deal, then why is it that the government — which they say can’t [...]
By Gary Burge | Published: September 27, 2007
John Skidgel, Paul McDonald, and Lev Epshteyn used Google Mashup Editor to create Campaign Trails, a clever digest of the blog posts by the US presidential candidates. And two shakes of the “it ain’t 1980 no more” stick to the candidates who don’t have a blog (or have a blog but disabled feeds!): Rudolph W. [...]