Monday Readings

Some really interesting reading today:

• Eclectic & Educational Earthquake News:
. . . . -Some Perspective On The Japan Earthquake (Kalzumeus)
. . . . -Japan earthquake: The explainer (Scientific American)
. . . . -How the Japan Earthquake Shortened Days on Earth (Space.com)
. . . . -Seconds Before the Big One: Progress in Earthquake Alarms (Scientific American)
. . . . -Quake moved Japan coast 8 feet, shifted Earth’s axis (CNN/World)
. . . . -Japan – Vast Devastation (Boston.com)

• Our National Predicament: Excerpts from Seth Klarman’s 2010 Letter (My Investing Notebook)

• 65 Hedge Fund Managers On Forbes Richest Billionaires List (Dealbreaker)

• Piper Jaffray: iPad 2 totally sold out, 70% to new buyers (Fortune)

• The Scrimmage: Owners vs. Players in Football’s Labor Dispute (The New Yorker)

• Learning to Love the (Shallow, Divisive, Unreliable) New Media (The Atlantic)

• The Social Network, the End of Intimacy, and the Birth of Hacker Sensibility (Reviews In Depth)

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