Tuesday links lose it all

By Felix Salmon
June 23, 2009

Urban planning fail: Glorious American train stations and what took their places. Incredibly depressing.

“Legg Mason’s loss of $1.9 billion last year meant that there was no bonus pool. But that didn’t stop the bonus…”

Lawrence Yun wants to suspend mark-to-market in the mortgage origination industry

I’m putting all my money in Dangerous Fund I. If you’ve got money to invest, you’ve got too much money.

How fabulous is this Chris Lehmann demolition of Steve Forbes

Marilyn Minter only gets better with age

On the parallels between Bill Keller and Mao Tse-Tung

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First link is bad

Posted by NE1 | Report as abusive

First link doesn’t work.

Posted by a student | Report as abusive

The correct link for the train station article is:
http://www.infrastructurist.com/2009/06/ 22/11-beautiful-train-stations-that-fell -to-the-wrecking-ball/
(for anyone else as intrigued and impatient as me)

Thanks Pete.
We read blogs. We are all impatient!

Posted by a student | Report as abusive

@Pete: Many thanks

Posted by zam | Report as abusive

First one should read Linking Fail.

Posted by zach | Report as abusive

Many apologies all. I have been taken out and shot.

Posted by Felix Salmon | Report as abusive