Lewis certainly writes a good story, this one about his time as a bond salesman on Wall Street during the 80’s. Now I feel like I don’t need to read “Bonfire of the Vanities”.
Looks like modern technology has finally caught up to the point where Gibson can write about the present in his trademark techno-apocalyptic style. Good stuff.
I seem to be doing a bit of a survey of the early twentieth century. In this case, a study of the four main central bankers of the period and their role in the disasters, financial and otherwise, that befell us throughout. According to this author, their folly and tragedy was clinging to the gold standard long after it had become a hindrance.
Instead of getting my own scanner, I decided to let ScanCafe do it. You send off your negatives and get them back with a DVD of the scans. It takes a while, but the quality is great and you don’t have to do any real work. So here is all the pictures from our wedding day.
A well-written and well-reasoned analysis of justice in warfare and the justice of warfare.
A golem revolt. Pratchett must be the best living satirist in the English language.