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Matthew Yglesias and Garrett M. Graff on the Election’s Generational Divide

Think Progress blogger Matthew Yglesias and Garrett M. Graff, author of 'The First Campaign' and editor at large for the 'Washingtonian,' discuss the generational split among voters, how our economy might be transformed for the better, and why, in the election, technology and innovation is the elephant in the room.

Except for at Bloomberg, It's Not Easy Being Green

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Another day, another company going green: Today it's Bloomberg LP (which, frankly, was a bit of a surprise; we'd assumed Mike's moneymaker has long been running on, oh, let's say discarded trans fats). It was only a matter of time, then, before we'd see some sort of backlash from the "traditional" utility forces. In California, L.A.'s Department of Water & Power (yes, the corporate villain of Chinatown) has pulled the plug on Gore Vidal's home solar-power plant, literally ripping out the wires and taking down the panels. Supposedly the system was improperly installed; now Vidal is back on the grid like a good little customer.