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News: Six Links Worthy Of Your Attention #226
5 hours ago - Six Pixels of Separation - Marketing and Communications Insights - By Mitch Joel at Twist Image
Is there one link, story, picture or thought that you saw online this week that you think somebody you know must see? My friends: Alistair Croll (BitCurrent, Year One Labs, G...
News: Kindle Voyage: Why the World Needs E-Readers
yesterday - WSJ.com: Personal Technology
Review: Amazon’s Kindle Voyage, with its high-resolution screen, slim feel and $199 price tag, offers a deluxe reading experience and no distractions.
News: Science of Bedtime Reading: Can Tablets and E-Readers Keep You Up?
By Wilson Rothman This week, I reviewed the Kindle Voyage, Amazon’s latest and certainly greatest e-reader. With ultra-fine pixel density, its screen resembles the printed p...
News: Does The Secular Stagnation Theory Have Any Sort of Validity?
7 days ago - Credit Writedowns
By Edward Hugh In a number of blog-posts (Paul Krugman’s Bicycling Problem, On Bubble Business Bound, The Expectations Fairy) I have examined some of the implications of the...
News: Eurocrisis Round Two, Blame the Germans Edition
By Edward Hugh “What strikes me, also, is the extent of intellectual confusion that remains.” – Paul Krugman, Europanic 2.0 “The problem is that Germany has continued...
News: Monday links: global market turbulence
8 days ago - Abnormal Returns
Markets What is global market turbulence telling us? (Gavyn Davies) Signs of an oversold stock market. (The Short Side of Long) On the high yield-emerging market debt trad...
News: What Happens When Cash Is No Longer Trash?
8 days ago - oftwominds-Charles Hugh Smith
Those who actually create value as opposed to chasing yield with nearly-free money will actually have some traction once the swamp of excess liquidity drains.When those closes...
News: In Uncharted Waters
What I see as extremes that must necessarily end badly, others see as mere extensions of recently successful policies and trends.A long-time reader recently chastised me for u...
News: The Artists' Road to Serfdom: The Commoditization of Creative Content
This is the net result of commoditization: there's no premium for commoditized capital, labor, goods, services or content.As I noted in Our New Robot Overlords & The ...
News: The True Omni-Channel Is Convergence
14 days ago - Six Pixels of Separation - Marketing and Communications Insights - By Mitch Joel at Twist Image
Convergence used to be a bad word. In the early days of the Internet, we tossed around the word "convergence" much in the same way that we toss around the words &quo...
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