By Felix Salmon
April 7, 2011

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Saletan on the lobbying power of NATO, a/k/a Big Popcorn — Slate

FakeAPStyleBook: The True Story — The Bureau Chiefs

Tasmania’s Museum of Old and New Art — Hyperallergic

Five Ways Banks Could Learn From Apple’s iPad — WSJ

1099 repeal finally passes, on the 7th attempt — Portfolio

Flying a kite for total disclosure on wine labels — Jancis Robinson

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Those are some innovative ideas for banks. It is just such a shame that there is no way in hell any bank would ever do it.
Perhaps the closest to even try was the first newly launched high street (main street) bank in the UK for a century: Metrobank. However the innovation stretched as far as printing you a new bank card then and there (rather than 5 working days through the mail) and water for your dog (which obviously you would be walking through the idyllic green spaces surrounding the cement desert that is Holborn).

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