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0 Jun 10 2010 @ 10:10am by Matt Smith in Crude Oil, Economy, Random, Technology

Burrito B….

The inspiration of Summit's IT team.

 A wonky week means I am releasing the bites a little early, and a little depleted. I was thinking about skipping them altogether, until I came across a bunch of interesting / odd stuff that I wanted to share with you wonderful folks. So here’s a few snacks to tide you over until next week:  

–Rig count in the Gulf of Mexico tumbles to a 16-yr low as production comes offline.  

–Can emerging markets save the world?

–Summit’s IT department are much more like The IT Crowd than this guy (they’ll consider that a compliment, trust me), but this is great nonetheless… the IT guy.  

–Don’t put too much faith in the early hurricane forecasts.

–This would make for a great April Fools joke, except it is actually true – a night club for dogs.  

–How bad could the BP oil spill get for the Gulf and the nation?

Solar-powered backpack.  

–Longish but worthwhile read on hurricane season, its previous impacts on oil / gas production in the Gulf, and the possible impacts faced this year. 

–Recycling artist makes art from tapes.  

–A cheatsheet on how to forecast weather without gadgets.   

The Burrito Ugly Chart Award of the week goes to this ugly chart which shows that the percentage of people unemployed for more than 27 weeks has skyrocketed. (sorry to go all gloom and doom on you).  

Rock on, and keep your eyes peeled for one more post this week….

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