Tag Archives: Internet

Capitalist Times Contribution: We Have the Technology

Most of my contributions to Capitalist Times are part of the publication’s premium (i.e, paid) service, but a recent article appeared in the free part of the site:

The end is nigh. Or more appropriately, the end of the year is nigh. With Elliott and Roger calling for the first half of 2016 to bring a correction in US equities, we also can say that the beginning is nigh—the beginning of a buying opportunity. (See Why We’re Worried about Stocks.)

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By doing your homework now, you’ll be ready to pull the trigger when the time comes. We’ll lay the groundwork by highlighting some of the major structural trends underway in the tech space that have staying power and will create wealth for savvy investors.

You can read the full article, We Have the Technology, at Capitalist Times.

Things I Learned this Week

Among the things I learned this week:
* IPFS, a decentralized change-capturing method for storing and serving Web sites. (Courtesy: Hacker News)

* KJU‘s haircut is referred to as a disconnect. (Courtesy: NYT)

* The use of Buddhist hand gestures in Christian art. (Courtesy: Sotheby’s)

* Bloomberg Terminals run on 25mm lines of Fortran. (Courtesy: Coding the Markets)

* Roy Jones, Jr. is a Russian citizen. (Courtesy: NYT)