Felix Salmon

Sunday links go a bit too far

By Felix Salmon
August 30, 2009

FAA, 2007-date: “Nothing can be stowed in the seat pockets except magazines and passenger information cards.”

Cerberus implodes: “The real surprise is that 29% of their investors haven’t asked for their money back.”

TED expends 1,684 words on fisking a pro-forma to-be-sure clause in a WSJ blog entry. I love blogs.

Never mind if your hotel’s on fire, how clean is it?

The amazing Netflix presentation, if you haven’t seen it

Lehman shares surge!

Flying into LHR, I looked down and saw a 13-acre park in prime central-London real estate. I had no idea what it was.

Never mind losing $17.3 billion on the stock. At least you made $350 million on the rights issue!

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Vincent Square was not in actuality a former plague pit. It was created because Westminster School was slowly encroaching a former plague pit.

I feel much better now.

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