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The Economist: sound on everything except economics

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OpenVPN Port to PocketPC (in alpha stage)

The art of the stencil c/o IndyMedia Melbourne


Latest video footage of "Spore"

huslage: Coming along quite licely.

Teh Sex0r Weatehr


Needs to be a Wikipedia 'featured article' at some point

WTF? Why are prices of raw materials rising exponentially?

simmo: but.. um .. notice the Weimar curve given as comparison is on a logarithmic scale .. with a billionfold increase in a year compared with the twofold increase on 2006 graph ..
simmo: money. fooling all of the people, all of the time.
simmo: the commodities shown: Brent crude oil, propane, and gasoline; the common plastic base HDPE (high-density polyethylene extrusion); the metals zinc, copper, aluminum, tin, lead, nickel, and platinum; and the precious metals gold, silver, and palladium.
simmo: no porkbellies?
simmo: ... the U.S. Federal Reserve, from its March 23 weekly report on, suddenly suppressed public release of information on its broadest money-supply measure, known as M3
simmo: and please remember, folks, "Eurasia is the enemy. Eurasia has always been the enemy".
seti: On M3: the Fed claimed that it wasn't a useful data point anymore. The Economist somewhat disagrees.
seti: More on M3 from The Economist
fridge: I can't decide; 'severe economic correction', or 'The Great Depression Redux'?
simmo: "Alan Greenspan's last ten speeches as chairman of the Federal Reserve contained not a single use of the word 'money'."

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