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An Index for Our Future: I Hope Not

20 October, 2010 (15:30) | Finance & Financial Services, Humor | By: Peter Kinder

As someone identified with indexes his firms created, I’ve never thought it politic to tout someone else’s creation. But, I’ve found one that merits attention.

Lara Crigger of the Journal of Indexes has come up with the ZOMBIE Index: just what we need for the post-apocalypse future. With the same folks who brought us two wars, tax welfare for the rich, the financial meltdown and the ongoing foreclosure follies poised for a triumphant return to power, we may need it very soon.


H/T: Charles Sandmel for passing the link along just minutes after the Journal of Indexes email landed in my inbox.

H/T: The Journal of Indexes for providing consistently intelligent, intelligible articles whilst not taking its field or itself too seriously.

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