Those links on the right

Regular readers will have seen the blog links on the right hand side which show the latest headlines from lots of economics blogs.

All of them are worth reading, but once in a while something really nice shows up.

This time, two beautifully juxtaposed headlines from Daniel Indiviglio at The Atlantic and Justin & Barbara's column at Time.

No relation, as it turns out, to each other at all. Nor, of course, to Brian Clark's Copyblogger advice further down...

Update: Talking of headlines, Paul Mason's latest one "My return to Leigh" gave me a quick double-take...


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