From Brave new Org – http://www.danpontefract.com/?p=2386 (Accessed 27/04/2012).
“There’s a great big, beautiful, black glass building on the shore in Reykjavik, on a spot where three years ago there was only empty space. I know because I was there three years ago, a time of despond in Iceland, a country ruined by testosterone-crazed bankers, the first to succumb to full-on recession, the one that fell hardest of all. Tiny, desperate, broken Iceland (pop 320,000) presented, as we saw it back then in those tender early months of crisis, a vision of Armageddon for the big nations of western Europe. Yet now, today, there stands that spanking new building, a vision of opulence and modernity as striking as the Guggenheim Museum in Bilbao, grandiosely out of place in this nordic Lilliput of brightly painted fishermen’s houses…”
- Reykjavik (Iceland) en route to Constable Point (Greenland) (macintyregreenland.wordpress.com)
- Reykjavik Internet Marketing Conference: An Extraordinary Experience (seomoz.org)
- Iceland and the Reykjavik Arts Festival (killtheboredom.com)
- Former Iceland PM Spared Punishment Over Role in Financial Crisis (theepochtimes.com)