Twitter Digest: 2011-11-26

  • NME: The most sampled tracks ever http://t.co/3PppVjFi #
  • Just finished Kershaw's "The End: The Defiance and Destruction of Hitler's Germany, 1944-45". Despairingly excellent. http://t.co/sZE5BtSR #
  • U.K. Airports Warn of Gridlock, 12-Hour Delays – http://t.co/0a1jTqlz #
  • Kahneman: 'We're blind to our blindness. We have very little idea of how little we know. We're not designed to' – http://t.co/Uo1sGmEQ #
  • People building endless @spotify playlists of their favorite tracks of the year. Who says music is dead? http://t.co/wyujvoUs #
  • Pacific island states make Euro-zone governments look like models of stability. http://t.co/iuru0Nsg #
  • Headlines that don't mean what you think they mean: Congress, States Debate Heavier Trucks – http://t.co/LKqGHaJ8 #
  • What's the over/under these days on Belgium having a government? http://t.co/prmLGufT #
  • Wish people wd stop mixing eurogeddon metaphors: Proposing ring-fencing a firewall to prevent contagion just makes you sound like a kook. #
  • WSJ: Holding Off on a Haircut to Buy a New Car – http://t.co/5ZXJsg82 /via @nouriel /cc @richardflorida #
  • Only a matter of time until we get an article about "The economics of articles about the economics of XYZ". #
  • RT @s_m_i: The rest of the world gets revolution. Americans get anxious. http://t.co/BxS1YY77 #
  • Hugh Hendry hanging at the LSE http://t.co/xlUrRbbP /via @macroresilience /cc @GregorMacdonald #
  • No idea if Samsung Galaxy S2 is a good phone, but the ad is fun – http://t.co/IoxGq0Xx /via @kmcspurren #
  • "When the chips are down, these uh, these "civilized people", they'll eat each other." – http://t.co/ORseUsTW #
  • "Vonnegut died in 2007, but one gets the sense … that he would have been happy to depart this vale of tears sooner." http://t.co/HOuTg3Yr #
  • NYT hits unnerving aspect of MF Global debacle — that some very smart investors got nailed (including a friend). http://t.co/aLbH1pQh #
  • Wonder what this "ESPN" thing is that you can get streamed over the Interweb. Whatever it is, it's handy for tennis. #
  • Peak Life Expectancy http://t.co/r5rYnqfc #
  • Just heard Billy Squier's "Lonely is the Night" for first time in eons. Instantly felt like smashing mailboxes on a backcountry dirt road. #
  • Nifty: 68 minutes of Peter Gabriel live with full orchestra on Letterman – http://t.co/yatCJSh3 #

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Comments

  1. James Cameron says:

    Just finished Kershaw's "The End: The Defiance and Destruction of Hitler's Germany, 1944-45". Despairingly excellent.

    Curious if you read a print or electronic version. I'm a big history reader, and I've wondered how easy it is to move back and forth to maps, etc – something not all too uncommon with history reading – using a kindle or ipad. Thanks for the book tip.