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May 02, 2007

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Barry Caplan

Interesting comments on your blog so far. My own background as an undergrad is similar to yours, but I am a bit older :)

I too am interested in the correlation between media dynamics and the overall market. I think there is a lot of information regarding what you label as Active and Passive consumers that is both opaque and transparent. I think this is driving a revolution in what sorts of information is available to use, how we use and consume it, and what it means in the market place of finance, of citizens, and of nations.

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