Welcome to the class of '57's online newspaper!
Stu Pertz '57 and Bart Reitz '57, webmasters
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Oct 24, 2014
Quote for the month
"you paint what you know is there, not what you can see." Gertrude Stein paraphrasing Pablo Picasso
New Edition of Notes and News: Ready
Do you remember ours in 1957? Jon Murphy does, read on
Class of 1957 Classmate's Fund - Sets a High Standard
Credits to Murray Peyton as well as Shep Davis and Geoge White for having written this summary
A memorial service for our classmate Jesper Rosenmeier was held
on Saturday April 26 in Belmont MA.
Jesper died suddenly on April 3.
, prepared by Jesper's employer of 40 years, Tufts University.
The Forum is Alive and Well
This, not so little, chat group is still going at it. Care to join us? email firstname.lastname@example.org. I'll add you. For now, consider the current topic, The Flash Boys, Michael Lewis '82 new book introduces some new technology that is operating in the market. Here was the invitation;subject, a better exchange:
I read with interest David Brooks op-ed piece in the Times, The Moral Power of Curiosity. It was about Michael Lewis’ new book, "Flash Boys.” I want to read this, having enjoyed (?) his previous bestsellers. The new book, like "The Big Short” focuses on a few insiders who figure out how things are working on Wall Street (or not). In "Flash Boys” one of the good guys, Brad Katsuyama decides to design an exchange where "market rigging” would not work. Why didn’t he shut up and make money like so many others? Wasn’t it all legal?
My question for the Forum: why doesn’t Congress immediately pass a few laws which will support such an Exchange?
Here is the follow-up by Forum members.