What Pi Sounds Like College Humor
Identifying ‘Anonymous’ Email Authors ScienceDaily (hat tip reader furzy mouse)
Sexy Ruses to Stop Forgetting to Remember Maureen Dowd, New York Times
New UN Report on How to Feed the World’s Hungry: Ditch Corporate-Controlled Agriculture AlterNet (hat tip reader furzy mouse)
The sorry state of health of US medicine EurekaAlert (hat tip reader Paul S)
Libyan central bank chief surfaces Financial Times. This is comical in a Graham Greene-ish way, and the poor FT has to play it straight. The head of the central bank has been missing in action, but he’s come up for air in Istanbul, saying it’s easier to do his job there. But he’s still really hard to reach. Must be that Turkish phone system.
U.S. Sees Stalemate Emerging in Libya Wall Street Journal
Bad day for tough words Macro Business. Ugly Australian housing market data.
Europe will work Nomura. The subject of Martin Wolf’s column today, which is firewalled, and a lot of you might prefer reading the source document anyhow.
Speculators Gone Wild? Tim Duy (hat tip reader Amit)
Europe Blinks on Bank Tests Wall Street Journal. I should post on this, but the bank stress tests are such obvious rubbish, particularly the Euro version, that I have trouble imaging anyone really cares.
Elite takes sides as Gupta fights SEC charges Financial Times
It’s pretty obvious how China can achieve its top economic priority of price stability Rebecca Wilder, Angry Bear
S.E.C. Chairwoman Under Fire Over Ethics Issues New York Times
Video: Sen. Scott Brown (R-MA) Begs David Koch for Money Think Progress (hat tip reader furzy mouse)
America Fights Back Against Foreclosure Dylan Ratigan
Minimal Work To Indict For Securities Fraud In Real Estate Mortgage-Backed Securities masaccio, FireDogLake. I’ve been swamped and hence have been remiss in keeping up with other blogs. This is a step by step on what it would take do launch some criminal indictments against bank executives. Bottom line: this is VERY straightforward. Circulate widely.
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