Monthly Archives: December 2011

The Holidays! (well, almost…)


Had a blast last night at Fort Awesome for the LGO holiday party.  Tons of people showed up and everyone had a great time.  Stephen did a wonderful job bartending. Props to Nish for winning his services.   Two finals … Continue reading

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‘Tis the night before the Econ Final…


And of course I’m not studying.  As I posted on Facebook, my marginal cost of another minute of studying has surpassed the marginal benefit of possibly raising my score by another point.  Lame, I know =) 2 interesting observations I … Continue reading

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Another one of those “Only at MIT” moments


Today our System Dynamics class had the pleasure of listening to Jay Forrester, the founder of System Dynamics, give us his view on the development of the practice and its role in the future.  He went through briefly his background, … Continue reading

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Classic Sell on Rally?


Despite the upturn in both Europe and the US domestic employment reports, it appears that selling the rally is what’s on everyone’s mind.  The stock market still does not have any confidence and the next bad news from Europe can … Continue reading

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