Across our screens today:

  • When the economy gets bad, women wear higher heels.
  • “Living with a Computer” – a 1982 article from The Atlantic.
  • An obligatory nod to the Senate passing the financial reform bill.
  • Too big to fail, the 1912 version: Back when President Woodrow Wilson and President Theodore Roosevelt tried to roll back the power of corporations.
  • Hawaii residents have the highest credit card debt in the nation with an average of $9,296 per person.

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