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Paul Bragg
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Billions of dollars are traded algorithmically every day, flash crashes and spikes have become more common. What value does this high speed trading add to our real world economy?

http://www.wired.com/wiredscience/2012/02/high-speed-trading/

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Well worth watching this brilliant short video. Very well done.

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I was thinking Airbnb was such a good idea until I read this blog, not sure I'd use the service for letting out my home now!

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That's very useful
Have an Address Book? Want to invite some friends? We have the solution for you. You can now upload contacts on the Find and Invite page by clicking on the Upload address book button :

https://plus.google.com/circles/find

You'll need an address book file on your computer. Get one by performing any of the following actions:

Outlook -
Select File > Import/Export > Export from the main menu
Choose Comma Separated Values (Windows) > Select "Contacts" > Save exported file
Outlook Express -

Select File > Export > Address Book from the main menu.
Select Text File (Comma Separated Values).
Click Export.
Your Other Gmail account -
See https://mail.google.com/support/bin/answer.py?answer=24911

Apple Address Book -
Open the Address Book application on your Mac. Click on the 'all group' of your contacts. Select File > Export Vcards.

Thunderbird -
Click Addressbook, Select Personal Address Book. Click Tools, then Export. Save as *.csv.

Others -
Most other contact managers or email systems support contact export in VCard/VCF/CSV format. Consult your local help system to find out how. Leave a comment if you want to share you exporting experience.

-- If you have problems please feel free to click on the 'Send Feedback' link in the lower right.

Happy Inviting!

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Another funny Monopoly illustration from The Poke
Play Murdochoply here poor old Rupert trouble ahead at 2.30pm GMT in The House of Commons questions he will be asked http://www.ft.com/cms/s/0/560edf18-ac65-11e0-bac9-00144feabdc0.html#axzz1SRzu0ZE5

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So perhaps Cosmic Rays are to blame.
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