Well, at least in the eyes of these WSJ film producers it is, who are releasing a new web video series about the tumultuous period at the end of 2008.

Most of the info in the video probably won

At least in the eyes of these Wall Street Journal film producers, the Wall Street bust is now history. They are releasing a new Web video series (see below) about the tumultuous period at the end of 2008.

Most of the info in the video probably won’t be news to many readers, but they did a nice job summing up all of the events that led to the crash last year. (Also make sure you check out Michael Lewis’ fantastic piece in Portfolio that covered much of the same ground.)

I know that Future of Real Estate Marketing usually focuses on the important stuff — like Twitter — but I thought it was a great video and thought I’d share. Now back to our regular programming.

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