Twitter Digest: 2011-10-28

  • Snowy mountains, cloudless skies & crisp temps: Boulder CO was seriously showing off at 7am this morning. #
  • If just wish I could convince more people in airports to chew gum, especially with their mouth hanging open. Mooo. #
  • Just watched someone spend a 1 hr flight trying to connect to Southwest wifi using Win XP. Trying to decide which part of that is most mad. #
  • Final travel peeve of day: The fussbudgets Southwest boarders that think wedging in between A33 and A35 is a good use of time. #
  • Am told by someone who had a client at Groupon roadshow lunch in Boston yest that it was "insane", "standing room only". #
  • There are "Risk On" days and there are "RISK ON" days. This is the latter. #
  • Remember that colleague of mine I mentioned here a while ago who thinks market's path of most pain is 20-30% higher? He still thinks that. #
  • Tried to get jazzed about Microsoft's vision of the future. Didn't. http://t.co/I4Ag9U8W #
  • That Microsoft video of the future strikes me as Bladerunner re-shot by a germophobe. #
  • NBA Chemistry: Positive and Negative Synergies in Basketball – http://t.co/oHd06t2L #
  • What is the point of lie-flat biz class airline seats where you have to un-lie-flat to let the person beside you out? #
  • Whingers of the world, unite: Positive words carry less information than negative wordshttp://arxiv.org/abs/1110.4123 #
  • Good Matt Taibbi post on Occupy Wall Street – http://t.co/N6hsJlMe #
  • The cult of Jurassic Park, and its event of the year – http://t.co/TOi8Etro #
  • Whingers of the world, unite: Positive words carry less information than negative words – http://t.co/e0aVE4Hw #
  • The Penalty Shot/Optional Minor Choice in Ice Hockey – http://t.co/5PtF6kcU #
  • Great new data showing collapse of geographic mobility in the U.S. – http://t.co/G35pJGor /cc @Richard_Florida #
  • The iPhone-ification of SLRs – http://t.co/tv2BquZX #
  • Chefs@Google: Anthony Bourdain – http://t.co/h9rM4ROl #
  • Niall Ferguson's metamorphoses tell us more than does his writings – http://t.co/oenTkL5H #

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Comments

  1. tyoung says:

    tks 4 the LRB link.

  2. gurusfo says:

    "Remember that colleague of mine I mentioned here a while ago who thinks market's path of most pain is 20-30% higher?"

    From what levels? 30% rally from the October low of 1074 is entirely possible. We have rallied almost 20% from those lows! S&P could trade upto 1350 and still be within the confines of a bear market. OTOH, if he is thinks the market could rally 30% from today's close of 1285, I'd like to know the rationale. It flies in the face of ECRI's recession call for next year and Q4 might be the peak in earnings for this cycle. And you still have those Europeans!