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The Tri-Party Repo Market Like You Have Never Seen It Before | Liberty Street Economics - October 2015
They've got a database analytical tool that, like FRED, allows lots of slicing and dicing at all sorts of levels of details - history doesn't extend very far back since until the last 2 decades the repo market was tiny and dominated by a few specialist firms, not the brand-name players
Instapaper  financial_economics  databases  money_market  credit_booms  credit_crunch  bubbles  financial_crisis  shadow_banking  markets-structure  liquidity  bank_runs  from instapaper
october 2015 by dunnettreader
Clarify-it.com - Tinderbox 6 Exporting OPML to Scrivener
OPML is an open standard for transferring outline-type data between applications.  Scrivener can import OPML, allowing Tinderbox data to be exported to Scrivener. Format limitations: OPML is a plain text format. Text formatting, i.e. bold, underline, font face/colour, highlighting can't transfer via OPML, nor may Tinderbox links between notes.

This tutorial was made using Tinderbox v6.0.2 and Scrivener v2.3. The built-in templates referred to here are those shipping in Tinderbox v6.
apps  tips  outlines  Scrivener  Mac  notetaking 
october 2015 by dunnettreader
JotterPad 11 - Markdown Syntax Guide | Help Desk
JotterPad 11 supports CommonMark. The markdown syntax is as follow:
apps  Android 
september 2015 by dunnettreader
QuickQuestion (qq) Script - Brett Terpstra
The qq script and related extensions are designed to keep an archive of files with questions as the filename and answers as the content. It works well with Notational Velocity and nvALT, but can function as an archive of knowledge with nothing but a Mac and a command line. Scripts are included for Quicksilver, LaunchBar and Alfred, as well as a command line tool.
sync-devices  file_management  tips  notes-retrieval  Pocket  scripts  notetaking  Dropbox-sync  from pocket
september 2015 by dunnettreader
Pinboard to OpenMeta script - Brett Terpstra
This script is for people who want to take advantage of Pinboard while still being able to search their bookmarks in local Spotlight searches. It has the option to save bookmarks with a certain tag as search-friendly PDF files, but it doesn’t attempt to replicate the full spectrum of Pinboard features. It’s just a way to make your remote bookmarks locally searchable, available system-wide, and OpenMeta-compatible. I toyed around for a long time with using Safari bookmark files instead of webloc files. They let you store a larger preview image, and you can include full text from websites within the XML of the file. Lots of possibilities there. For many reasons, I decided to stick with these little webloc files. If I want fancier images and web text, I’ll use Webbla, and if I want comprehensive full text search I’ll use HistoryHound, both excellent programs in their own right. I want OpenMeta and simplicity, though. If I know I’m looking for a bookmark from Pinboard, I can just go to Delibar and do some searching. The goal is to be able to include my web discoveries in larger searches on my Mac.
notes-retrieval  metadata  tips  scripts  Pocket  bookmarks  from pocket
september 2015 by dunnettreader
rjames86/download_pinboard · GitHub
download_pinboard
Download your Pinboard bookmarks as webloc files with Mac OS X tags.
Github  bookmarks  research  Mac  OSX  apps 
september 2015 by dunnettreader
Delibar, Delicious Mac client
Delibar is a full featured Delicious and Pinboard Mac client. Delibar focuses on giving Mac OS X users an easy and quick tool for searching, managing and sharing their bookmarks. Delibar will be your best friend while using Delicious or Pinboard!
research  notes-retrieval  apps  Pocket  Mac  OSX  bookmarks 
september 2015 by dunnettreader
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