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Links 1 through 10 of 34 by Sterling Camden tagged economy

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The most depressing way to watch the clock.
Thanks, <a href="http://www.ravinglunacy.org/index.php/2009/06/26/us-national-debt-clock/">head lemur</a>.

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<blockquote>A reminder that innovation is quickly forgotten these days with media coverage almost completely on the bad shape our economies are currently in. Cutting costs and refrain from innovation is the worst thing one can do, only resulting in fuel being injected in this whole self fulfilling prophecy scheme. </blockquote>
Indeed. In the rush to cut costs, we need to avoid cutting off sources of increased income.

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<blockquote>Again and again, each and every day, we see the price of excess in our economic system. I'm not sure you can exactly call it "free market capitalism," because the market exploited government in its efforts to secure a competitive advantage. So government was involved, just not always in ways that were aligned with the interests of the governed.</blockquote>
Precisely.

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11. Belief in economic prognostications
via <a href="http://www.codeproject.com/script/Mailouts/View.aspx?mlid=3393">The Code Project</a>.

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