Counterparties

By Felix Salmon
August 17, 2010
Newsweek

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Steve Schwarzman FTL, by Godwin’s law — Newsweek

A few photos of stuff the same distance from the World Trade Center as the “Ground Zero Mosque” — Daryll Lang

A patent on patent-trolling — USPTO

Peruvian manufacturing +21.61% yoy — WSJ

Economics of Contempt on Basel III liquidity requirements. Wonky yet accessible, and excellent — EoC

The unseemly squabbling between HP and Mark Hurd degenerates even further — WSJ, NYT. See also Nocera’s excellent column.

“99% of all automobile trips in the United States end in a free parking space” — NYT

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That’s not a patent, its a pending patent application not yet examined by the USPTO.

Posted by pickandroll | Report as abusive

Tyler Cowen ought to consider Weehawken, NJ where all on street parking spaces are assigned to residents. You must have a sticker in your car window. The supermarket has free parking for shoppers.

Weehawken is about ten minutes from Time Square by bus.

Cornell’s campus has no free parking during the day on weekdays.

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