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Still Here

posted by Bob Lawless

The blogging has been light over the past few days, but we're still here. Credit Slips is something we do in our spare time, away from our regular jobs as teachers and scholars. The crush of many other obligations--traveling to conferences, preparing papers and lectures, and just running a law school--seems to have caught up with all of us at about the same time. Also, all of the regular Credit Slips bloggers have been working collaboratively on a major research project. Watch this space for an announcement.


OK - does this mean this is an "open line"? Just noticed that the game of Monopoly is doing away with cash:

"MONOPOLY Electronic Banking: Wheel and deal your way to a fortune even faster using debit cards instead of cash!"


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