July 25, 2011


Being a fallen-away Twitterer (I played with it for a short time in the early days, but couldn't find myself in its truncated format), all I do is follow a few people who seem to have figured out personally-relevant adaptations to the service. One from (or is it retweeted by) Bryan Alexander brought me up short:

The macropocalypse isn't a tiny, momentary debt (policy) crisis. It's the unravelling of the global macroeconomy. Just a friendly reminder.
Yup. That's exactly right. Not that a 'deal' between President and Congress could do much more than BandAid the unravelling...

Posted by oook at July 25, 2011 07:48 AM
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