Wednesday Reads

Some eclectic items worth spending precious time with this afternoon:

• 10 Years After: A Look Back at the Dotcom Boom and Bust (Wired)
• When Bubble Burst: Companies Won, Investors Lost (WSJ)
Martin Wolf: The eurozone crisis is now a nightmare for Germany (FT)
• Unemployment Rates, by State: Most Regions Added Jobs in January  (Real Time Economics)
• SEC Economist Leaving Amid Short-Sale Rules Conflict (BusinessWeek)
Why Won’t Robert Rubin Go Away? (Dean Baker)
• INSIDE MAN: SIMON JOHNSON on HENRY PAULSON’S MISLEADING, SELF-JUSTIFYING MEMOIR (The Atlantic)
• The future of intense winter storms (Weather Underground)
• Bloody brilliant: Bird & Fortune on Maritime Disasters and Environmental Concerns (Video)

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