Aug 152008
 

and in more ways than one! Sorry for the long and slowness on the update. Since coming to London I’ve had… Long hours Long commute Limited Internet access at work (it’s an investment bank…) Super-limited Internet access at “home” (Imagine a 64K ISDN line shared by a 100 unit apartment building with DNS servers powered […]

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Jul 222008
 
Waaaaaaaaay past due...

I have been reliably informed that I’m waaaaaaaay past due on my blog updates. So. Leonard Cohen OK, first of all, I got to see Leonard Cohen, because the giant investment engine I’m working for has a box at the O2. And there was much rejoicing. Seriously. The man is so humble it’s humbling. And […]

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Jul 222008
 
Waaaaaaaaay past due...

I have been reliably informed that I’m waaaaaaaay past due on my blog updates. So. Leonard Cohen OK, first of all, I got to see Leonard Cohen, because the giant investment engine I’m working for has a box at the O2. And there was much rejoicing. Seriously. The man is so humble it’s humbling. And […]

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Jun 142008
 
Trinity wind-down

Well, things are winding up as they wind down. One more week of classes, which includes four group projects (one about 80% done, the other three haven’t even been started) and three individual projects. I suppose I know what I’m doing over the rest of this weekend. Had a job interview, it went fairly well, […]

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Mar 122008
 
Final Hilary days...

I have today finished my Macroeconomics and Technology/Innovation strategy work– except for the TIS exam. I think we did a pretty good job with the analysis of Social Lending (Zopa, Prosper) as an emerging market. It’s a fascinating world which, like any innovation, could be world-changing and could fade away. According to the academic thinking, […]

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Feb 212008
 
Winning Streak!

Man, oh, man, what a week. First, we left our potato economy in Macroeconomics and invented money. See, to understand a few things, it was easier if we had a single market, a single unit of currency, and a single product of production: Potatoes. Yes, folks, I took out $80,000 in loans to study potatoes. […]

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