In 2008, after almost 35 years in print, we reluctantly suspended publication of The Ledger. Postage and production costs were on the rise, and the expense was becoming harder to justify. But we're back, and we've moved to an all-electronic format with two online issues per year: Fall and Spring.
This issue revisits a topic we first covered in 2001: Economic and financial education resources on the web. Much has changed since then. In those days blogs were cutting edge, Facebook was still three years in the future, and fewer people used "google" as a verb. As for Twitter … Be honest! If someone had pitched the concept to you in 2001, you probably would have laughed.