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Live, From A Debt World

posted by Mechele Dickerson

I just accomplished probably the most important thing I needed to do this morning.  I figured out how to log on the University of Illinois network.  Because I was a bit concerned that I would mess that up, I got here well before the first session -- just to be sure.  Since the U of IL and the ABI conference planners have made it impossible for me not to be able to blog this conference, once things get going, I'll be back with something a bit more substantive.


Sorry didn't know where to post this but I sure you all would like to see this art. Washington post "Fed to Pursue Aggressive Checks on Credit Cards". We have talked about this in the past, hearings etc.... Here is the lynk: http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/2008/05/01/AR2008050103218.html?wpisrc=newsletter

Prof. Dickerson, can you please organize your blog posts on the conference into a separate "Debt World Conference" category? I'd like to pass along a link to your posts and it'd be easier to send out 1 link with a list than to round up a half dozen. Thanks.

If you looking for Professor Dickerson's posts, all of them can be found on this page: http://www.creditslips.org/creditslips/DickersonAuthor.html (which just got created). That link should serve the purpose for the previous commenter, WL. Thanks for your interest in both Credit Slips and the conference!

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