Posted in books, economics, movies by jrahman on June 3, 2011

A weekly feature, linking seven trashes collected by the senses and dumped on to the brain.  Some of these may end up being a post someday.

মিসির আলী অমনিবাস ১ –  হুমায়ুন আহমেদ                              Thunderball

Misir Ali Omnibus-1 By:Humayun Ahmed Book Type: Novels                                    Thunderball Poster



Australia is a damn fine place, says the Economist.  I agree.  Though the internet speed could be faster, and it still is too far away from anywhere interesting, hard to think of a better place to raise a kid.  That said, I’ll still support India this summer, though someday he will definitely support Australia.

The Dark Knight is one of the best movies of the past decade, not just because of the kick arse action, or Heath Ledger’s Joker is even cooler than Gabbar Singh, but also the philosophical and metaphysical issues.  I agree.

Paul Krugman describes the big push model of economic development, which is cool.  But far cooler is his articulation of formal models.




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  1. dhakashohor said, on June 5, 2011 at 6:05 pm

    What’s wrong with the internet speed in Oz? And when you say faster, do you mean it needs to catch up with the English-speaking world or East Asia?

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