This Week’s News 5-17 – 5-21

May 17, 2004

This week we’re going to try something a little different – we’re going to let you, dear readers, source the news, and see what happens. Typically, either Rich or myself will be in charge of sourcing daily news stories on the unfolding Second Great Depression. This website gets between 2,500 – 3,000 visitors on the average weekday, so there is obviously an incredible amount of interest in the subject matter.

Until we recently added this blog section, communication had been rather one-sided, from us to you. With the addition of the blog, communication has become very interactive. Depending on the subject matter, we have received hundreds of comments and very interesting interactive discussions.

As an experiment, (and also so that both Rich and I can take a little break from sourcing the news) this week we’ll let you be the editor. If you visit the site regularly, you know what kind of news we’re looking for. See something interesting that you think others would like to know about? Go ahead and post it in the comments section below. Just copy and paste the link from your browser, and write a short headline. If you feel inspired, a brief summary, or short editorial comments are also welcome. began as an experiment, and we continue forging ahead with the experimental nature that the world wide web has opened up. Here are some headlines to start the morning:

India Market Crashes Overnight

Oil Futures Rise on Bombings in Iraq and Turkey

Mitsubishi to Cut 9000

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