I fell in love with Netflix one night when I stopped a movie I was watching to wash dishes in the kitchen before I tiptoed upstairs to make sure the kids were asleep, and then I continued the movie seamlessly from my bedroom. Almost any movie or show I want where and when I want it. Alas, I fear, Netflix will soon break my heart. And it's an American icon that is warning me: American Airlines.
Everyone's furious at the brass. In France, workers detained four Caterpillar executives. At Obama's town hall meetings, citizens rail about CEO pay. This week, unionized airline workers took a creative 21st century approach. They made a "viral" online game about CEO pay. But is reverting to Web animation a good method for driving real reform, or is it simply just roiling vague, untargeted populist rage?