Smart Links 11 December 2011
Commentary on Cameron’s veto, the rise of the machines, and the great Europe mess.
Did David Cameron avoid sailing on the Titanic or set sail on his own?
Britain’s veto of a pact aimed at saving the euro cast London to the margins of the European Union on Friday, as the bloc’s other members vowed to press on with closer economic and fiscal integration.
Doing business with France and Germany requires hard-headed statesmanship.
It may be months before the implications of David Cameron's Europe raspberry become clear; it may be days
You get in accident with your car. Within a minute the message has gone out to police, ambulance, towing, and insurance services with the location and likely severity of the damage. That’s your car doing the talking to the machines in those service providers. (ed’s note – the message reads, ‘hey guess what? my idiot human got into another accident...!)
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And John Mauldin’s commentary on the Euro is classic. If anything it demonstrates how complicated this problem is. No one knows where the river is going to overflows its banks destroying everything in its path.
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