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Inflation Economics: the Tooth Fairy vs. Lemonade Stands

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Inflation Economics: the Tooth Fairy vs. Lemonade Stands

ranajune: shaneguiter: AppleInsider | Adjusted for inflation,...

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ranajune: shaneguiter: AppleInsider | Adjusted for inflation, 43 $499 iPads equal one Apple Lisa...
ranajune: shaneguiter: AppleInsider | Adjusted for inflation,...

F-35B fighter jet's first vertical landing was years, billions in the making (video)

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Lockheed Martin's F-35 program has been a political whipping boy seemingly forever, but the VTOL 'B'-variant of the pricey supersonic jet finally did what it was made for: a vertical landing. That happened nearly two years to the day after the estimated $304 million (each!) jet's first mid-air hover,...
F-35B fighter jet's first vertical landing was years, billions in the making (video)
First Planck results: the Universe is still weird and interesting
Consumer United bands together $52M to lower insurance costs
Welcome to the Bitcoin revolution, there's no going back now

BITCOIN 101: A Beginner's Guide To The Unfakeable Digital Anarchist Currency Everyone's Obsessed With

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You've probably noticed people talking and tweeting endlessly about "Bitcoin" lately. The Economist finds it intriguing while GigaOM's Matthew Ingram points out several problems with it. It's even gotten the attention of economic heavyweight Paul Krugman, who has said it's like a reimplementation of the gold standard. So what the heck is it?What...
BITCOIN 101: A Beginner's Guide To The Unfakeable Digital Anarchist Currency Everyone's Obsessed With

Americans Are Paying Through the Nose for Smartphones

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Expensive. (Wikipedia) Americans’ smartphone bills are looking pretty onerous these days. How bad has it gotten? According to the Wall Street Journal, people are cutting back on dinners out and other such vices in order to sustain their ravenous Netflixing of Homeland episodes while waiting at the dentist’s office. And with...
Americans Are Paying Through the Nose for Smartphones

Harvard Professor Explains How To Get The Most Out Of Your Day

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According to Harvard Professor Robert Pozen, most people get productivity all wrong. We put too much emphasis on hours worked and not enough on quality. In his new book, "Extreme Productivity," Pozen gives some excellent tips on how to maximize productivity every day. For example, using the 80/20 rule with...
Harvard Professor Explains How To Get The Most Out Of Your Day

The future of Bitcoin: 3 predictions from experts

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Bitcoin is a cyber-currency of growing interest to speculators, the media and — most recently — the U.S. government. Many stories about Bitcoin, which is mined by computers and circulates without a central bank, contain sinister or science-fiction elements that make it hard to tell if the currency is for...
The future of Bitcoin: 3 predictions from experts

The economy: Why an increase in inflation is coming - MSN Money

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The economy: Why an increase in inflation is coming - MSN Money

Here's What's Wrong With The Economy [CHARTS]

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The most important issue in this year's election is the economy. Unfortunately, this topic has now been "politicized," which means that you can't talk about it without being cheered or jeered by fans of each political team. But the economy is much more important than this year's election or either...
Here's What's Wrong With The Economy [CHARTS]

True Inflation is 6% to 7% -- NEW YORK, April 21 /PRNewswire/ --

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True Inflation is 6% to 7% -- NEW YORK, April 21 /PRNewswire/ --

The Lives Of Writers

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Daphne Merkin has a theory as to why we care about them: The intimate lives of writers have always had a special attraction for readers, perhaps because we imagine that people who can shape ideas and arrange scenes on the page should be able to offer us some special insight...
The Lives Of Writers

Come On Nick, You Can Do Better Than That

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Choire Sicha, former editor of Gawker and now co-founder of The Awl, points out that the Gawker offices have a large screen mounted on the wall that shows the top most-read stories on the site in terms of unique visitors, allegedly to motivate writers at the blog network (although it’s...
Come On Nick, You Can Do Better Than That

Here's The Most Amazing Thing About Apple's $620 Billion Market Cap...

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Aaron Task and I discussed Yahoo's record market-cap and the outlook for the stock on Daily Ticker this morning. The most striking thing about the market cap, it seems to me, is that the stock is still trading at a reasonable price-earnings ratio--only 13X next year's projected earnings. This is...
Here's The Most Amazing Thing About Apple's $620 Billion Market Cap...
Tesla bumps up the price of the Model S

Inflation Won’t Solve Our Debt Problems http://economix.blogs.nytimes.com/2010/02/18/inflation-wont-solve-our-debt-problems/

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Inflation Won’t Solve Our Debt Problems http://economix.blogs.nytimes.com/2010/02/18/inflation-wont-solve-our-debt-problems/

Not Even Super-Powerful Quantum Computers Pose A Threat To Bitcoin

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If you don't know what Bitcoin is, you should. This digital currency has captured lots of attention as the value of a single unit recently surged to over $200. Venture capitalist Chris Dixon points out in a tweet that the emerging field of quantum computing might totally ruin Bitcoins, but...
Not Even Super-Powerful Quantum Computers Pose A Threat To Bitcoin

Newspapers Are Losing $13 Of Print Revenue For Every $1 Of Digital Revenue

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In case you were wondering why newspapers like the New York Times continue to cut costs and fire people, here are some stats for you. They come from former newspaper veteran Alan D. Mutter, who fled the industry years ago. (Mutter writes the excellent blog "Reflections Of A Newsosaur"). The...
Newspapers Are Losing $13 Of Print Revenue For Every $1 Of Digital Revenue

I didn’t spend my money on Apple stock, and all I got was this lousy PowerBook.

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Here’s a spreadsheet of infinite regret. After Apple shares hit an all-time high of $272.18 on Friday, a few fanboys started reconsidering their purchases from long ago. Jason L. Baptiste wrote on YCombinator’s Hacker News, “If you spent the money on an original iPod in 2001 on Apple stock ($499),...
I didn’t spend my money on Apple stock, and all I got was this lousy PowerBook.

MARK CUBAN: Why You Should Be Taking Advantage Of Black Friday Deals

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Yes, Black Friday has come and gone, but there are still a lot of big holiday discounts going on. You should be taking advantage of these deals to maximize the value of your cash, according to Mark Cuban. Last year at our IGNITION conference, Cuban laid out his ideas about...
MARK CUBAN: Why You Should Be Taking Advantage Of Black Friday Deals

Text Message Autocorrect Results In Police Lockdown

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Read the story on Popsci >> Please follow SAI on Twitter and Facebook.Join the conversation about this story »See Also:RON PAUL BELIEVES IN AN INFLATION CONSPIRACY THEORY: And Here's Why It's Totally WrongConservative News Media Mogul Andrew Breitbart Has DiedHOLY CRAP: Look What Just Happened To Newspapers!...
Text Message Autocorrect Results In Police Lockdown
Great, now engineers think that they are economists too

Apple's Cook may testify in ongoing DoJ e-book lawsuit

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Apple CEO Tim Cook may give testimony in the U.S. Justice Department's suit against the Cupertino company, which alleges that collusion with major publishing houses led to the false inflation of e-book prices in the iBookstore....
Apple's Cook may testify in ongoing DoJ e-book lawsuit

Apple Is Not The Most Valuable Company In The History Of The World -- IBM Won The Prize In 1967 With A Value of $1.3 Trillion

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Apple is not the most valuable company in the history of the world. It’s not even Microsoft, which was reported to have been toppled by Apple today. It’s IBM by a long shot. Apple’s $661 billion market share does not account for inflation.  With inflation in account, IBM remains the...
Apple Is Not The Most Valuable Company In The History Of The World -- IBM Won The Prize In 1967 With A Value of $1.3 Trillion

ONE YEAR WITH TIM COOK RUNNING APPLE (AAPL)

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One year ago today, Tim Cook was officially named the full-time CEO of Apple. At the time it was a sad event because it was the most definitive signal yet that Steve Jobs was close to death. It also should have given some investors reason to worry about the long...
ONE YEAR WITH TIM COOK RUNNING APPLE (AAPL)

AirBnB's new offices will cost as much as $97 million over 10 years

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888 Brannan: new home of AirBnB If you were looking for signs of hyper-inflation in the San Francisco real estate market, then look no further than 888 Brannan, an iconic 95-year-old building that till recently played home to San Francisco’s Jewelry Mart. This building is across the street from the San...
AirBnB's new offices will cost as much as $97 million over 10 years

Wait! Now Someone's Saying Apple Is NOT The Most Valuable Company Of All Time (AAPL, MSFT)

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A media critic at the Columbia School of Journalism claims that Apple's market cap isn't an all-time record and that Microsoft's 1999 record still stands. That's because no one reporting on the story has adjusted Apple's market cap for inflation. "Apple's $622 billion market cap is a nominal record, which...
Wait! Now Someone's Saying Apple Is NOT The Most Valuable Company Of All Time (AAPL, MSFT)
The decline of print visualized: US newspaper ad sales falling off a cliff
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