Posted by: Nicholas Davis | April 7, 2009

Readings 7/4/09

  • Warm and fuzzy: Yossi Vardi wants us to be positive about tech startups (TechCrunch)
  • Counter-intuitive: Take that salad off the menu – it’s making me eat worse (Lifehacker)
  • Paradigm call: Why this will not be a normal cyclical recovery (FT)
  • Worrying: Bad news still coming hard – IMF calling $4trillion in losses (Calculated Risk)
  • More worrying: Soros says U.S. faces “lasting slowdown” (Reuters) via Naked Capitalism
  • Depressing: Time to use the D-word (Brad DeLong)
  • Science-geeky: Nine Words You Might Think Came from Science but Which Are Really from Science Fiction

 (OUPblog)
  • Gratifying: The G20 is being viewed as a success, even by Simon Johnson (NYT)
  • Thought-provoking: The dangers of “Presentism” (Foresight Culture)
  • Parsing: What happened to FREE markets in London? (Keith Hennessey) via Greg Mankiwbut does it demonstrate a difference between the Bush/Obama doctrines, or just the influence of the Europeans?
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