Dear patient readers, still behind the eight ball!
Desert Vistas vs. Solar Power New York Times (hat tip reader John D)
Top hedge funds bet on big yields rise Financial Times
Daily Presidential Tracking Poll Rasmussen. DoctoRx points out that the poll finds a strong link between Obama’s tanking popularity and widespread opposition to the health care bill.
The globalization of “extend and pretend” Tim Iacono
Unfamiliar Ground Foreign Policy (hat tip DoctoRx). Today’s must read. Short version: Afghanistan defeats modern terrain data.
I normally don’t do plugs, reader Linda did send me an MP3, but it was too big to upload, and I seem unable to find a link. Her message:
Reader Lisa T sent this message:
Fascinating Aida are a Brit trio currently appearing at 59E59 on the East Side of Manhattan – I personally loved it. They specialize in satirical songs and their latest act includes the attached ditty called The Markets. It’s on their Silver Jubilee album which is available on ITunes and at Amazon.
I will attest the song was clever and fun (for instance, a technically accurate description of derivatives to a Gilbert & Sullivan patter baritone tune).
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