Monday News: A Bookish Wedding; Wall Street’s love affair with Amazon; Disaster supply kit list
It was a wedding full of books, paper flowers, and Legos. Take a gander at the gallery of the wedding of Cindy & Sam by RubinWeddings.com
“But what makes Amazon not just amazing but downright dangerous is that as a financial matter it has something even better than profits—the boundless faith of the investment community. You can think of a company’s stock price as jointly determined by its profits (“earnings”) and by Wall Street’s level of optimism about the future, expressed as a price-to-earnings ratio.”Slate
“In documents seen by EDRi, the current Cyprus Presidency of the Council of the European Union made a proposal at the beginning of October to delete the criminal sanctions section of the proposed EU/Canada Free Trade Agreement.
Following initially positive responses from the Member States, it has now been provisionally agreed that the deletion of criminal sanctions from CETA are now part of the EU negotiation strategy with Canada.”EDRI
Someone on Twitter linked to this Biolite CampStove that can charge your gadget with a fire. Although someone else said you’d need to burn an entire table to get one full charge. Still, in the case of an apocalypse, you might be able to burn your neighbor’s table. Ready.gov