10 Tuesday PM Reads

My afternoon train reads:

• Reports of economy’s death are premature (MarketWatch) but see Pimco: Stocks dead, bonds deader till 2022 (MarketWatch)
• Mobile Market Share Not Equivalent to Usage Share (TenFingerCrunch)
• The 401(k) Is a $240 Billion Waste (The Atlantic) see also Most Savers Are Passive, Little Influenced by Tax Breaks (WSJ)
• The fiscal cliff is a lie (Salon)
• Reversing the Brain Drain (FT Alphaville)
• China’s ubiquitous ghost cities (FT Alphaville) see also In China, Hidden Risk of ‘Shadow Finance’ (WSJ)
• How PRWeb Helps Distribute Crap Into Google & News Sites (Search Engine Land)
• The statisticians at Fox News use classic and novel graphical techniques to lead with data (Simply Statistics)
• Behind Seth Green’s stop-motion animation success (CNNMoney)
• Hilarious new tumblr!  Floor Charts (Senate Charts)

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