So you’re thinking about self-publishing an I.T. book? Keith Thomas. This is why authors put up with the torture of working with a publisher.
How a Legacy From the 1800s Is Making Tokyo Dark Today Wired (hat tip reader Lance N)
Bid to ‘Protect Assets’ Slowed Reactor Fight Wall Street Journal. This is a very good account. Tepco was slow to respond, in particular to pump seawater, because it hoped to preserve the facility.
Stalemate fears haunt military planners Financial Times. The US backed down from its initial support of the rebels when Gaddafi started destroying oil infrastructure. I have not doubt he noticed that bought him time at a critical juncture.
Saudi king disappoints reformists Financial Times
Guantanamo lawyers aren’t happy with new work rules McClatchy (hat tip Buzz Potamkin)
Japan risks credit crunch as yen thunders Ambrose Evans-Pritchard, Telegraph. The G-7 intervention only brought the yen down to 80.5…is there going to be real firepower deployed?
An Advocate Who Scares Republicans New York Times
Ex-Goldman Director Sues S.E.C. Over Galleon Case New York Times
Geithner: We Need Big Banks To Be Even Bigger Ed Harrison
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