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August 2009

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The birth of the information economy; the long view (3)

August 30, 2009 – Comments (9)

The emergence of Information Technology ushers in a new economic era.   [more]

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Opening up a new continent in Caps; finally some justice for the stockpickers and a new challenge for the rest of us; innovating caps (7)

August 28, 2009 – Comments (3)

1. I believe in Caps. I think that a Caps will become the preferred web-environment for (all) investors. I think that actual buying and selling will be possible within them. I think that analists, economists, financial journalists, stockletters and advisers will tie their work to it. I think that the Caps will become global and cover all markets. I think that they will become the prime originators of trends, hypes, fads on the markets. I think that they will have millions of members. (I think that Caps could become a generic name like google or coke.)   [more]

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Accomodating the specialist; innovating caps

August 23, 2009 – Comments (48)

1. I see Caps (as many others, including its founding fathers do) as an experiment in collective intelligence, as a way to produce information and insight.  [more]

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The best of times; the long view(2)

August 22, 2009 – Comments (1)

Capitalism begins while the aims of history firmly point in other directions. It begins in the cities of the southern -and then in the cities of the northern renaissance. It begins while the thinking of eternity, history and events, the middle age of the thinking about thought, is superseded by the thinking of subjectivity, consciousness and experiences. It begins while out of that ordening of thought science is born. It begins while the thinking about action begins as the pursuit of freedom.    [more]

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The FED saved us (part3); should we sell the news?; state of play 9

August 21, 2009 – Comments (6)

Bernancke tells attendees in kansas FED conference that without the FED's intervention the downturn could have been much much worse. As readers of this blog know, i happen to agree with him. He also states that the world is now emerging from recession. Which i belief is also true.   [more]

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The FED saved us (part2); Justice and economic sense against marketfundamentalism (3); a continuation and a reaction to comments.

August 17, 2009 – Comments (12)

This is a continuation of an earlier post. In that post i said:  [more]

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Capitalism rocks!!!; the long view(1)

August 16, 2009 – Comments (6)

Humanity learns. (Do not imagine that learning as that of a child. Children learn what humanity already knows. It is the kind of learning that is driven by discoveries and inventions. The kind that again and again begins from scratch, where every interesting question is to big to answer, where no method is given, where even the language has to be constructed.)  [more]

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Justice and economic sense against marketfundamentalism; five examples

August 12, 2009 – Comments (7)

Soros calls it market-fundamentalism. It clouds thinking and judgement. There is a lot of it around on caps -especially in our blogsphere. Five observations that should only provoke the ideologues.  [more]

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