Monthly Archives: September 2008

A.I.G. Financial Products paid its employees $3.56 billion during the last seven years.

A lot of money considering there were only 377 employees.

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Advanced Topics in Programming Languages Series: Python

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dhh and his fanboiz

It was only in reading this article in Wired that I realized where the whole Ruby fanboy thing really comes from. That is: DHH himself (that would be d3h, I believe). Articulate and amusing, with a signal/noise ratio that is … Continue reading

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Moulton on meltdown

Jon Moulton, managing partner of private equity firm Alchemy, tells Robert Miller the credit crisis which caused the downfall of Lehman Brothers is 90pc the fault of greedy bankers.

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Even the cynical are not immune from the charms of a good Snake Oil salesman

Business week on why CDO’s are so great….yep, they got that one wrong And whilst we’re on the subject of bad calls. By all accounts Enron had great parties for the analysts who followed them, ameliorating some of their worries … Continue reading

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Magic Quadrant for Corporate Telephony – August 2008

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John McCain as a maverick is so yesterday

John McCain as a maverick is so yesterday The man from O.P.R.A.H Blogged with the Flock Browser

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