Getting busier

Hooray, today has been the busiest day ever on Flip Chart Fairy Tales and I haven’t even posted anything.

Thanks to Personnel Today, Chris Dillow and the Bloghounds crew for all the recent links and to everyone who has commented.

Keep it coming.

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4 Responses to Getting busier

  1. Dan McCarthy says:

    Rick –
    I just registered on the Bloghounds site. I’m looking forward to learning more about it and participating. Thanks for the tip.

  2. Cassandra says:

    I’m hardly a wiz in this department, but as far as I can see – at least in the US – it was Congress that intervened in markets by hampering banks with the compulsion to take on subprime mortgages. That was engineering. Your view?

  3. Rob Moss says:

    Pleased to hear you’re getting a good response from HR Space, Personneltoday.com’s new community site. If anyone else with HR-related blogs wants their content aggregating on HR Space drop me a line: rob dot moss at rbi dot co dot uk

  4. Rick says:

    Cassandra, I think you probably meant your comment for the next post about blaming the working-class for the financial crisis.

    I have heard some of the stuff coming from the US about the banks being forced to lend to unsuitable borrowers and I just don’t buy it.

    The very idea that the US government could, and would want to, force hard-nosed banks to commit commercial suicide is just preposterous.

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