Peter Huber and Mark Mills WSJ.com It takes electrons to move bits. The digital economy, which most everyone loves, is completely dependent on the big central power plant, which most everyone hates. This is, or ought to be, an inconvenient fact for many politicians. Especially for those who would take credit for our digital prosperity,…
Mark Mills Wall Street Journal With oil prices nearing $30 a barrel, is the "new economy" in trouble thanks to old-economy troubles? Will oil prices fuel inflation, undermine consumer and business confidence and put a drain on capital? Will oil markets drag down the fortunes of high-tech companies?
Peter Huber and Mark Mills Los Angeles Times Anti-sprawl activists hide the resurgence of the continent's woodlands.
Mark P. Mills Public Utilities Reports – Fortnightly Magazine PCs didn't kill mainframes. Distributed generation won't erase large central stations.
Peter W. Huber and Mark Mills Forbes.com Southern California Edison, meet Amazon.com. Somewhere in America, a lump of coal is burned every time a book is ordered on-line.
Peter Huber and Mark Mills Forbes They were all wrong: the Malthusians, who immediately predicted the end of plenty. And the free-market types, too, who replied — only a shade less dolefully — that sharply rising prices would be the key to getting oil supplies back into balance with demand.