By Felix Salmon
May 28, 2010
Sam Antar

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Ryan Avent sides with me over Matt DeBord on congestion pricing — Sustainable Cities

The townhouse condo apartment bought with Kenneth Starr’s (allegedly) ill-gotten millions — Wellcome Mat

Euroeconomics, explained — Clarke & Dawe

“I have an abiding fear that Felix is right” on online advertising — Kevin Drum

Jack Schofield is leaving the Guardian after 25 years there. I learned what the web was from him — Guardian

Someone’s buying puts on the S&P 500 with a strike at 50. What’s the point? — Kedrosky

Atlantic Media Halts Work on Business Website — Bercovici’s CEO Unloads Shares While SEC Fiddles — Sam Antar


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“This 5 bedroom, 6.5 bath residence offers a sophisticated lifestyle befitting the most discriminating buyer.”

Just perfect for the Sophisticated Investor. I personally like the bedroom/bathroom ratio. Not counting the pools, of course.

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““I have an abiding fear that Felix is right” on online advertising — Kevin Drum”

I am always amazed that there is any arguement for consumer privacy – I always wonder what I am buying at the supermarket that I want to keep hidden. Frozen food? Cheetos? Abnormal amounts of brocoli?

People give up such privacy for a pittance because it is not worth a pittance to them. At one time people feared being photographed. Now, you can go to numerous websites and see more of people than perhaps you should want to.

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