By Felix Salmon
October 11, 2010

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More than two thirds of state attorneys general plan to launch a joint probe into fraudulent mortgage paperwork — Reuters

The New Yorker profiles Nick Denton — TNY

Peter Thiel on how college is like a subprime mortgage: both involve lots of debt, selling it as an “investment” — WSJ

Paladino Attacks Gays in Brooklyn Speech — NYT

How to Make Visa Obey Your Every Desire: The Credit Card Concierge Experiment — 4HWW

The schizophrenia of the art world, booming and suffering at the same time — Artnet

AO Scott on Inside Job — NYT

Ask your lender to produce a copy of the original note on your mortgage — Where’s the Note

“If we can’t do even this — if we can’t follow through on a project so obviously needed, so clearly in the interests of the state and the nation — what hope is there for America?” — Krugman

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