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online.wsj.com — The latest episode in Morgan Stanley's recently stormy relationship with the cost of money is what could end up being a large trading loss on wrong-way bets on inflation expectations. The world reacts to one of the strangest explanations ever for losing a soccer game.
mashable.com — Mashable is excited to announce G-everyone, a 24-hour digital convening that will unite local groups around the world to discuss the pressing issues addressed at the G8 Summit. Organized through Mashable's Meetup Everywhere platform, G-everyone meetups will take place on the eve of the G8, a forum of the world's eight wealthiest Western countries.
mashable.com — for MIT Technology Review Building solar and wind projects in the wrong place is wasting billions of dollars in Europe. Siemens says it would make sense to build solar power plants in sunny countries in Europe rather than in cloudy ones. And wind turbines should be built in windy places.
huffingtonpost.com — Baltimore's Edgar Allan Poe House and Museum should reopen Oct. 4, the group responsible for making it profitable announced this week. "That's the official goal. That's the date," said Baltimore-based actor and author Mark Redfield, vice president of Poe Baltimore. "Things are coming along."
youtube.com — 76 countries still criminalize consensual same-sex relationships and lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people everywhere continue to suffer violent attacks and discriminatory treatment. In this simple, high-impact video from the UN human rights office, individuals from diverse backgrounds pose questions directly to the viewer designed to expose the nature of human rights violations suffered by LGBT people around the world.
mashable.com — Solar energy sounds like a dream, but buying and installing the equipment necessary to harness the power of the Sun can be expensive. But what if you could print your own solar panels?
theatlanticcities.com — Reuters California and Texas might be leading the nation's rollout of solar and wind power, respectively, but Washington, where hydroelectric dams provide over 60 percent of the state's energy, was the country's biggest user of renewable power in 2011, according to new statistics released last week by the federal Energy Information Administration.
mashable.com — Google tacked another announcement onto a day full of them with an update to Google Wallet that lets you send money via Gmail. As the video above explains there will be a dollar-sign icon for Gmail attachments. Click it and you can transfer cash via Google Wallet.
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