Daily Archives: Sunday, August 30, 2009

The role of narrative in the rise and fall of the economy (update)

About five months ago, a couple of weeks after what now looks like the “market bottom,” I wrote a blog post titled, ” The recession may not be over, but the recession narrative seems to be recovering. In it, I … Continue reading

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Remembering Katrina: And thoughts on why Twitter is not a blog shrunk down to “micro-” size

I can’t go through these few days each year without thinking back to 2005 and how I anticipated Katrina approaching the gulf coast leading up to August 29 and then gradually realized the severity of what was taking place. By … Continue reading

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