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Collapse trends - Febuary-December, 2004
[Commentary] ©2004 Philip Hyde, The Timesizing Wire, Box 117, Harvard Sq PO, Cambridge MA 02238 USA 617-623-8080 - HOMEPAGE


7/05/2004  headlines from hell from Wall St. Journal (j), NY Times (t) or Boston Globe (g) - missing earlier and later dates are handled entirely on current homepage or archive pages -

2/12/2004  this is the 4th of today's headlines from hell from the Wall St. Journal (j) &/or NY Times (t) - the first 3 were handled entirely on our homepage now archived -




For earlier collapse stories, click on the desired date -
  • Jan.10-31/2004.
  • Jan.1-9/2004.
  • Dec/2003.
  • Nov/2003.
  • Oct/2003.
  • Sept.16-30/2003.
  • Sept.1-15/2003.
  • August/2003.
  • July 16-31/2003.
  • July 1-15/2003.
  • June/2003.
  • May 16-30/2003.
  • May 1-15/2003.
  • April/2003.
  • Mar.21-31/2003.
  • Mar. 1-20/2003.
  • Feb.15-28/2003.
  • Feb. 1-14/2003.
  • Jan.16-31/2003.
  • Jan. 1-15/2003.
  • Dec/2002.
  • Nov/2002.
  • Oct.16-31/2002.
  • Oct. 1-15/2002.
  • Sept.10-30/2002.
  • Sept. 1-9/2002.
  • August/2002.
  • July 16-31/2002.
  • July 1-15/2002 + Jun 30.
  • June 16-29/2002.
  • June 1-15/2002.
  • May/2002.
  • April/2002.
  • Mar.12-31/2002.
  • Mar.1-11/2002.
  • Feb.16-28/2002.
  • Feb.1-15/2002.
  • Jan/2002.
  • Dec/2001.     Earlier 2001 months accessible via links at bottom of Dec/2001 page.
  • Dec.21-31/2000.
  • Dec.11-20/2000.
  • Dec.1-10/2000.
        Earlier Y2000 months accessible via links at bottom of Dec.1-10/2000 page.
  • Dec.16-31/99.
  • Dec.1-15/99.
        Earlier 1999 months accessible via links at bottom of Dec.1-15/99 page.
  • Dec/98.
        Earlier months accessible via links at bottom of Dec/98 page.


    Check also doomtrackers *Roubini and *Dismal Scientist from The Economist (3/13/99 p.7), and how
    the way we're using technology makes life harder instead of easier at *NetSlaves.  
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