Texting May Be Taking a Toll New York Times
Polaroid Lovers Try to Revive Its Instant Film New York Times
Corporate Law Limericks Conglomerate
Karma Is A Bitch v2 Zero Hedge
British banks revolt against Obama tax plan Telegraph. When I was in Oz, I went to considerable lengths to keep my bank balances below the level required for US reporting. I wasn’t hiding income, I had been told that showing foreign holdings was a sure fire way to get audited. Wonder if that philosophy will extend to the new, more inclusive, regime.
§363(f) and Successor Liability Steve Lubben, Credit Slips
Green shoots set to wither, warns Nobel Prize winner Independent and World economy stabilizing: Krugman Reuters. Note the difference in emphasis on the same news item.
German Business Confidence at All Time Low… “Optimism” Abounds Econompic Data. There is a great expression in Japanese, which sadly doesn’t translate well into English, to describe the obsessive search for differences at a low level of activity or achievement: “A height competition among pecans.” Maybe substituting “peanuts” for “pecans” would make the point.
Antidote du jour, from my brother Roy. A one-pound deer: