Monthly Archives: January 2012

End 2012 – Neo-protectionism establishes itself as the new paradigm of world trade KostasGeorgioy European Crisis News

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JAN 27 Global systemic crisis – USA 2012/2016: An insolvent and ungovernable country KostasGeorgioy European Crisis News

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The Fixie Bike Index

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The Fixie Bike Index “ “Messengers are big fixie aficionados, but more and more fixed-gear bikes are being ridden by nonmessengers, most conspicuously the kind of younger people to whom the term…
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Haircut Negotiations: Hedge Funds Bet on Profits from Greek Debt Talks – SPIEGEL ONLINE – News – International

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The negotiations over the Greek debt haircut are becoming increasingly suspenseful, with euro-zone finance ministers and the IMF pushing investors to accept greater losses.
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Economics journal Watch (Jan. 2012) KostasGeorgioy European Crisis News

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KostasGeorgioy European Crisis News

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National Geographic Rio Antirio Bridge in Greece

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Reallusion in Education

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Teachers and students now have the chance to create their very own 2D and 3D animations for the classroom.
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GreenPrint

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Austerity Measures: Even Greece’s Sofas Are Depressing KostasGeorgioyTechSite

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:We knew it was bad in Greece. But we didn’t think it was this bad.
What you’re looking at is furniture that the country’s “most talented and internationally awarded designers” decided to show off at IMM Cologne, one of the largest design fairs in Europe. It’s where designers from all over the world go to parade their latest, sexiest wares in front of potential clients, distributors, shelter-mag editors, and the rest of the designorati. Think if it as a massive designer love-in. So why does everything from Greece look like something swiped from a funeral parlor anteroom? Oh, right.:
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