Monthly Archives: March 2015

Anti-fragile periphery

Good morning, Most of you are familiar with ¬®Fooled by Randomness¬® by Nassim Nicholas Taleb published in 2001. Largely because of the education I had received on these matters from my business partner in the late 1990s, I was quite … Continue reading

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Walhalla

Good morning, In Germany: Memories of a Nation Neil MacGregor points out that when Ludwig I, King of Bavaria, commissioned Walhalla, a grand building on the Danube dedicated to enshrine the busts of the great figures in German culture, or … Continue reading

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