Posts filed under “Digital Media”

Culprits of the Financial Crisis

Great graphic !

I won’t link to the very strange article it comes from (it violates my  “No linking to shite policy”)but I liked the graphic above.

Category: Bailouts, Digital Media, Humor, Legal

Madoffs Victims

A partial list of Bernard Madoff’s alleged ponzi scam victims Madoff Investor Investor Type Possible Losses Source Fairfield Greenwich Group alternatives firm $7.5 billion firm statement Banco Santander bank $3.5 billion El Pais Kingate Management alternatives firm $2.8 billion Bloomerg News Ascot Partners hedge fund $1.8 billion Wall Street Journal Benbassat & Cie bank $935…Read More

Category: Digital Media, Legal

Attack of the invisible hand of the free market!

Hat tip The Mess That Greenspan Made via Salon

Category: Digital Media, Humor, Markets, UnScience

Black Swan

Thank goodness they are fictional!

Category: Digital Media

Immigration to the US

Fascinating animation: Immigration to the US, 1820-2007 v2 from Ian S on Vimeo.

Category: Digital Media

Detroit Word Cloud

via WSJ

Category: Bailouts, Digital Media, Markets

Best. Bond Addendum. Ever.

My boy Paul comes up with the single funniest thing ever to grace a muni bond (I have no idea if its real, but its amusing nonetheless) : via  Infectious Greed

Category: Digital Media, Markets

Corporate Logos Remixed for Crisis

Here’s a few favorites from Business Pundit: > > > > > There’s some more at the link below . . . > Source: After The Crisis: A Parody of 15 Corporate Logos Ryan Business Pundit December 9, 2008 http://www.businesspundit.com/after-the-crisis-a-parody-of-15-corporate-logos/

Category: Bailouts, Digital Media, Humor

Analyze Geographic Data

UUorld (pronounced “world”) is a 4-dimensional mapping tool that — its a way cool software program that allows you to depict data geographically and over time. > Percent of Loans in Foreclosure, 2007 via uuworld

Category: Data Analysis, Digital Media, Real Estate

The Bailout Tab

Cool graphic from the Sunday NYT: click for ginormous chart

Category: Bailouts, Digital Media