10 Thursday PM Reads

My afternoon train reads:

• Central bankers are saving the world because politicians won’t (Reuters)
• Ed Butowsky, Dallas’ $3 Billion Money Manager (D Magazine)
• The “Infrastructure” Cliff: Why the U.S. Desperately Needs a $2.5 Trillion Upgrade (The Atlantic)
• Mozilo Unbowed Says Countrywide Was ‘World-Class Company’ (Bloomberg)
• What we talk about when we talk about a TV from Apple (Quartz)
• Google gets its mojo back (CNN Money)
• Americans Back Obama Tax-Rate Boost Tied to Entitlements (Bloomberg) see also Dems hold the middle ground. GOP is on fringe. (Washington Post)
• Greenland and Antarctica ‘have lost four trillion tonnes of ice’ in 20 years (The Guardian)
• Tips for Viewing the Geminid Meteor Shower (Universe Today) see also Weird meteor shower to peak tonight (Boing Boing)
• The 36 Most Memorable Moments at the 12-12-12 Concert for Sandy Relief (SPIN)

What are you reading?


2,000 years in a single graphic  

Source: Economist


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