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Links 1-3-2011

January 3, 2011


  1. The Trouble With Liberty: “And even if you did somehow achieve Libertopia, you’d be surrounded by assholes”
  2. The General Theory of Employment, Interest and Money by John Maynard Keynes: “Their method was to dismiss the problem from the corpus of Economics not by solving it but by not mentioning it. It altogether disappeared from controversy…Theories of under-consumption hibernated until the appearance in 1889 of The Physiology of Industry, by J. A. Hobson and A. F. Mummery,”
  3. ‘Inflated’ Looks at the Cost of Prosperity – Book Review – NYTimes.com: More on this soon.
  4. Why We Desperately Need a New (and Better) Google
  5. Bronson Capital Research March 2010 Market Commentary:  I am and will always be a sucker for cycle research.  How is it that his forecast for deflationary pressures match mine but have absolutely no basis in fundamental analysis beyond cycle theory?
  6. Maybe BoA won’t be nationalized: With gifts like this from the cough-U.S. Treasury-cough, I mean Fannie and Freddie, they could make it through.
  7. Goldman buys into Facebook: Why does this remind me of Aol/Time Warner?  It was the top for both companies.
  8. I will have to watch the Surplus of Optimism meself: A natural fault of mine.
  9. More Angels, fewer pins: You wouldn’t know there are many, many millions of people unemployed looking at this post.
  10. 2011: The year of the U.S.
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