Capital Gains and Games
After almost 8 years of being a standalone blog, Capital Gains and Games will now be published by Forbes.
I will continue to write CG&G and will do so with total independence. Forbes is interested in having the exact same type of analysis and information CG&G has always provided to its readers. What I write will not be reviewed or approved by anyone before it's posted. I have total freedom to be as snarky as I have been in the past.
The only thing that will change is the name. In keeping with Forbes policy, the blog will be published under my name rather than as Capital Gains and Games.
CG&G's archives will remain where they are right now. You'll still have access to every post that Troy Schneider, Andrew Samwick, Pete Davis, Bruce Bartlett, Gordon Adams, Ed Andrews and Dan Rosenthal and I published on CG&G right here at http://capitalgainsandgames.com
Don't just take my word for it, take a look here.
I want to thank the academy, my agent, my high school dramatics teacher and, of course, my beautiful and talented Wife (The BTW) who has been there for me ...
Again...My apologies if you've were unable to leave a comment the past few weeks. Thanks to Troy's investigative and technical skills, the problem has been fixed.
My apologies if you've tried to leave a comment lately. Some investigation by Troy Schneider -- he's the silent CG&G partner and technical genius -- discovered that the company we use to host our blog implemented some changes that made leaving a comment impossible to do.
With a little luck, this will be corrected in a day or so.