Thursday, 21 June 2012 - 2:09pm The Dance of Roger Williams
in diss/puppetry
Wednesday, 20 June 2012 - 1:26pm 88.7

“In the early 2040’s an ex-Soviet Arktika class icebreaker was recommissioned to act as an experiment in global finance at 88.7 degrees latitude – the heart of the arctic sea. Here it could circumnavigate the world in twenty-four hours, allowing it to stay in constant contact with trading zones throughout the world. The experiment was a phenomenal success. A few years later the European Union and its nation-state constructs were on the edge of dissolution into the greater body of the European Equestrian Union, an event marked by commemorative one hundred Euro bills for the crew. On board, the intensity of risk undertaken by traders led to mutations in their brain chemistry that optimised their abilities but made them suicidal, aggressive, animalistic and in some cases even manifested as horns on their epidermis. During its mission, it instigated an ideological power fracture in Russia, the growth of a uniquely North Korean economic solution in the broadcast of its mass games and the legitimisation of a highly competitive, individualistic way of life.”

in diss/finance, diss/noise
Thursday, 7 June 2012 - 6:11pm The banks that are too complex to exist -

Too Complex to Depict? Innovation, “Pure Information” and the SEC Disclosure Paradigm. Henry Hu. Texas Law Review June 2012

in diss/finance, diss/noise