Yes, yes, I've been gone a while. I've been really busy, but I just wanted to drop a few interesting articles in here.
Oh, and I do know that some of my old links don't work--I didn't know at the time that Yahoo! News articles die after 2-4 weeks. In the future, I'll see if I can get some better links.
On to the news:
This housing bubble that's collapsing? If you want to know what the bubble might look like, Paul Krugman points to this website.
Paul Krugman also brings up the Al Gore-invented-the-internet thing, saying that Al Gore certainly had a helping hand in the matter.
Oh, and you can now see your friends' shared Google Reader feeds on Google Talk. I think that's pretty neat, though I use this blog to share news articles I get outside of Google Reader. So, sign up for Google Reader and learn how to use RSS feeds!
Being that we're in the season, it's nice to know that some people try to keep up with the holiday spirit. That's a lot of letters for one jolly person to handle. I hope that doesn't die, as it may be in some places.
I've been asked before where I get some of my desktop backgrounds. Well, the figc.it website, of course! All right, you probably wouldn't have guessed that, but I just wanted to mention that they have some good stuff there, and in their archives.
Young executives and ageism in the workplace
3 years ago