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  • Why the EVE Online industrial espionage econopocalypse is fun ...

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  • Stories, blog posts, and videos tagged as "econopocalypse"

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  • Andy Lester started writing this book years before the recession (a.k.a. "econopocalypse") hit.

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  • Andy Lester started writing this book years before the recession (a.k.a. "econopocalypse") hit.

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  • In White Fungus, an "architecture fiction" published in the first issue of Beyond magazine, Bruce Sterlng marries the sardonic and the hopeful in a gripping, hilarious story about how every aspect of civic life from schools to tomato-farming will be reformed after ecotastrophe and econopocalypse destroy our present way of life.

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  • Phil Torrone came up with the idea of the MAKEcation last summer, when gas prices were crazy and people were staying home, their "Staycations" becoming fodder for the evening news 'econopocalypse coping stories.

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  • Chart showing policies that led to the econopocalypse

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  • Bruce Sterling's "White Fungus" -- architecture fiction for rising seas and the econopocalypse

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  • The Boston Globe's "Images from the Recession" page features pictures from around the world showing the stark reality of the econopocalypse.

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  • Newspaper box graveyard and other images of the econopocalypse

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  • Boing Boing: 'Writing in the Atlantic, Simon Johnson, former chief economist of the IMF, takes a hard look at the econopocalypse and decides that the root of America's (and Europe's) economic woes is the cozy relationship between super-powerful bankers and government -- oligarchy.'

    March 31, 2009