Friday, November 18, 2011

Today, TK Learned:

... that good times don't last, he still works for a big law firm, and there will be weeks where he will spend 18 hours at the office every day for a week and beyond.
  • For all you poetry lovers, be sure to check out this new blog that provides translated Korean poems. [Korean Poetry in Translation]
  • Excellent summary on the history of Korea's economic development, and Korea's challenges for the future. [The Economist]
  • LG made "iPad" 10 years ago. Next step: patent lawsuit! [LinuxDevices]
  • President Lee Myung-Bak's autobiography is getting hammered in Amazon.com reviews written by Korean people who hate him. [Amazon.com]
  • Making unfettered gun rights constitutional means felons can restore their gun rights easily. [New York Times]
  • Engineering students study the most. Business students study the least. [New York Times]
  • If Scotland declared independence, will it be automatically in the EU? [Eutopia Law]
  • Being a fisher is way, way more dangerous than being a police. [Think Progress]
  • Napster and online music apparently did not affect the quality of music. [Digitopoly]
Got a question or a comment for the Korean? Email away at askakorean@gmail.com.

6 comments:

  1. Does modern Korean poetry have any form?

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  2. Does LG have any sort of case on trademark infringement with the name "iPad"?

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  3. I think the iPad was called the U.S. Robotics "Palm Pilot" back in 1997.

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  4. "Business students study the least."

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  5. "Business students study the least."

    MBA student and I am offended!

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