Some catchup items today. I was on an ungodly early AM flight on Friday. That is also the reason for the large proportion of cross posts yesterday. In addition, Lambert is taking tonight off from his campaign coverage, since he is about to return from Thailand.
Termites explode to defend their colonies Nature. Richard Smith: “Unwelcome similarities to the ecology of financial bloggers.”
Greenland May Become Green Again Global Economic Intersection
From American Drought to “Global Catastrophe” The Daily Impact (martha r)
Vandana Shiva on the Problem with Genetically Modified Seeds Bill Moyers (Aquifer)
Censored Slashdot Post Cryptome (bob). Note NC did feature the underlying post in Links.
The Mac App Store’s future of irrelevance Marco Arment
The Mysterious Deaths of Nine Gulf Oil Spill Whistleblowers Wake-up Call (Chuck L). From earlier in the year. Some look not troubling but there are a few “hhm” ones in there.
Macau gambling indicator falls again MacroBusiness
‘Germans Should Be Afraid’ of Economic Collapse Der Spiegel
Dr. Aghi is in Da Room Macro Man (Scott)
Most likely to attack Iran Glenn Greenwald
Romney tries to pick up the pieces Guardian
A Richard Smith find: #RomneyShambles
Unions Contract Out to PR Firms That Work for Anti-Worker In These Times
Dimon lines up JPMorgan succession Financial Times
Antidote du jour (Steve L):