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I'm still trying to understand what this economic meltdown is all about.

Here are a few good links:

When fortune frowned The Economist

Yes, It’s A Wreck, But We Can Fix It Newsweek

Financial crisis: World round-up BBC

Good Financial Information Matters More Than Ever Robert Schiller

Financial Leadership, the Missing Ingredient
Rick Wartzman

Our Choice Nouriel Roubini

We Have the Tools to Manage the Crisis Paul Volcker

Good Policies Can Save the Economy Lee Ohanian

Fundamentalists versus Realists Paul Romer

The Stunning Collapse of Iceland Business Week

and here's a "fun" look at another issue:

This stock collapse is petty when compared to the nature crunch Guardian Unlimited

Finally, here's some humor: 5 financial crisis jokes from Marketplace >>

* 5. I went to buy a toaster, and it came with a bank.
* 4. Money talks. Trouble is, mine only knows one word: Goodbye.
* 3. How do you define optimism? A banker who irons five shirts on Sunday.
* 2. What’s the capital of Iceland? Answer: $3.50.

And the No. 1 financial crisis joke of the week is …

Q: What is the one thing Wall Street and the Olympics have in common?
A: Synchronized diving!

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