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Tuesday linkage


Fergus Hanson


31 March 2009 12:31

  • The dark side of nominative determinism? First we have Bernie Mad(e)off now the ousting of GM's Chief Executive Richard Wagoner.
  • The Guardian thinks Rudd is at the G20 just for the free snacks, the PM seems to have other ideas
  • The Times profiles the G20 wags.
  • When TS Eliot was senior editor at Faber & Faber, he turned down Orwell's Animal Farm. (H/t TAS.)
  • More calls from Fiji's interim regime for a media crackdown.
  • The web: way ahead of the law, still.