For the past couple of months, I’ve been tweeting a lot of news, usually stuff that I don’t have the time or the inclination to blog about.
Those tweets show up on my homepage, actuarialopinions.wordpress.com. But if you’re getting an RSS feed, you never see them. To receive the tweets in real time, of course, you can always follow me on Twitter (jimlynch9999). But not everyone wants to do that. So I’ve decided to try regularly posting a summary of my (non-blog) tweets.
Here’s what was chirping last week:
- RT @reactionsnet Heard today that AIG tried to do a #catbond in ’92 that wd’ve been triggered by Andrew+Northridge.
- AIG names chief actuary, taps Allianz exec for Chartis post | Business Insurance: http://bit.ly/fpwgMs
- National Underwriter Parent, Summit Media, Files for Bankruptcy: http://bit.ly/dJKTmS
- Lloyd’s Solvency II costs estimated at about $480M: Levene | Business Insurance: http://bit.ly/fek0Wp
- Air Force Computer Predicts Likelihood Of Violent Civil Unrest Abroad | TPMMuckraker: http://bit.ly/gw3ax2
- Finger fingers arson suspect: http://bit.ly/gcVNLb
- Large-scale personal injury claims surge in London | Business Insurance: http://bit.ly/gwsEfv
To assemble that list right now I have to copy these over from my Hoot Suite account. If anyone knows a better way to get at them, let me know.