Wednesday, April 11, 2012

We're Taking a Break

Well.... I guess this day had to come.

There's no political pressure, no monetary pressure, maybe a BIT of time pressure... Ok, a LOT of time pressure. Yours faithfully at EconStu are leaving the cyberwaves. We may be back... Perhaps even sooner than later...

But, for now, with resigned and gracious sigh, we bid thee goodnight, farewell, and safe journey....

Mazi's Link O' the Day

Having just come back from vacation in one of the more urbane and chic centers in Spain (Barcelona), I saw a bustling, healthy economy. But then of course, most people doing the shopping were tourists. In reality, Spain is making a pretty strong case for being the next Greece. Brussels, on the other hand, is not helping:'s+Global+Economic+Trend+Analysis)

Monday, April 9, 2012

Mazi's Link O' the Day

I've forgotten why we have an Easter bunny. Why not an Easter pack rat or weasel? Anyway, I'm sure there's a reason. In other news, Happy Easter:

Sunday, April 8, 2012

Mazi's Link O' the Day

Can you imagine having so many stacks of books to slop through that your quiff of hair (if you have one) droops down and sticks to your forehead from the sweat? That might be something like this man's experience:

Saturday, April 7, 2012

Mazi's Link O' the Day

I guess there was no loveday for the founder of Jimmy Choo and her private equity cohorts. TED counters yet another attack on the much maligned industry:

Friday, April 6, 2012

Mazi's Link O' the Day

I'm no Republican, mind you, and I swear I'm not sucking up to Mitt Romney here, but he might have been right about the "drag" of a recovery. So, say I'm looking for nepotic favors from ole Mittens, but this graph doesn't lie: