The Messenger is part of a growing family of news sites ready to take over where major metro dailies are sadly lacking these days. It was launched by the nonprofit Center for Independent Media.
In today's Messenger, I continue my obsession with battery technology, which -- as I have written before -- is directly related to nanotechnology.
They will if Congress -- and Detroit's critics -- come to understand that the auto industry is infrastructure.
DETROIT — A year ago, a confident Chrysler opened the North American International Auto Show with Dodge trucks herding cattle down Jefferson Avenue.
This year, Michigan Gov. Jennifer Granholm came to Cobo on a mule.
A mule, of course, is Detroit-speak for a prototype automobile, and while Granholm’s ride boasted significantly less horsepower than last year’s methane-emitting stampede, the governor seemed at last on the right road after years of a visionless policy for Auto Industry 2.0. More here