I'm an Enron junkie.
I have listened to the unabridged audio book of Kurt Eichenwald's "Conspiracy of Fools" more times than anyone should admit to in print. I've read other books as well and, of course, have seen the Enron movie.
Today, I finally got a chance to catch up on the trial of former chiefs Ken Lay and Jeff Skilling.
Sure, I'd read the daily news stories, but I wanted the gossip, the behind-the-scenes stuff--basically all the minutia. What I'd really like is a Webcam so that I could throw caution (and productivity) to the wind and just watch a few hours (days, weeks) of testimony.
Thankfully, MarketWatch had a column that pointed me to the Houston Chronicle's extensive coverage.
So if there are any other Enron addicts out there, try getting your fix here. But try not to overdose just yet--the trial is expected to last four months.