I got home from work late and I still have to read 25 pages of corporate finance, so tonight’s a link dump night:
- The bad news: the jellyfish have formed an army. The good news: there’re no more giant scorpions.
- This critique of Edgar Bronfman’s comments regarding the fate of the music industry is pretty funny, and very accurate.
- Cristobal Huet was this close to getting me a shutout tonight, but at least the Canadiens won and Higgins got the winning goal. I have them both in my pool.
This story makes me feel good each November: every year the people of Nova Scotia send a giant Christmas tree to the city of Boston. They do this in perpetual thanks to Boston for sending doctors and medical supplies to Halifax after the Halifax explosion in 1917. However, what I didn’t know until today (thanks, Wikipedia) is that this annual gifting didn’t start until 1971. Not sure why it took 54 years for the tradition to begin. Anyway, it just warms the cockles of my heart. Thanks Boston.
Oh, and thanks for beating the Leafs last night too.
[tags]jellyfish, giant scorpions, edgar bronfman, music industry, cristobal huet, chris higgins, nova scotia, boston, christmas tree, halifax explosion, bruins, maple leafs[/tags]