Educational Reading List - sticky thread or Library?

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#1 Wed, Jun 15, 2011 - 12:17am
TerraHertz
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Educational Reading List - sticky thread or Library?

Here's a suggestion for the site. One purpose of this site is to educate people regarding the economic disaster, and the fundamental problems underlying it, no? Also to have a good time of course...

Anyway, I don't see anywhere prominent anything like a 'recommended reading list' and perhaps a library of relevant e-texts. Seems to me this is something important enough to deserve a tab in the top menu bar, or at least a sticky thread title up near the top of the forums page.

I can think of a few titles I'd put on such a list. But where's the best place for it?

Go on, wouldn't it look good? "Home About Blog Chat Forums Turdisms Charts Library Contact"

Wed, Jun 15, 2011 - 1:00am
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Glad I saw your post....I was

Glad I saw your post....I was just about to post the same thing. The forum could use a "Library" or "Re-Education Camp" so newcomers can get caught up. I'm sure we all have a few bookmarks of excellent essays, articles and other resources we share with friends. I started a video thread but it's in the Silver forum. Didn't really see a better option and it's not all silver videos per se. Most just have to do with sound money.

A library would also be a great start page for us to link to from around the web as opposed to "hey, read Turd."

Wed, Jun 15, 2011 - 11:23am (Reply to #2)
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Traders Library

This link may help those looking for trading information...lots of e-books in PDF format 

https://www.traders-library.com/

I hope this helps

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