Sun 07 Apr 2013 06:00:47 PM PDT
Finance, parking, and more
Attention people of the Internet. The links to EXAMPLES OF REALLY GOOD STUFF FOUND VIA RSS will continue until you quit it with the "RSS is dead, it's all about [chat site du jour]" posts. That is all.
Mike Masnick: Of Clotheslines, Black Swans And Bad Measurements
Mark Cuban: What Business is Wall Street In ?
Charles Marohn: Not efficient, but orderly.
Nicholas Carr: The prehistory of the MOOC
Sid Stamm: ownership and transparency in social media
Yarden Katz interviews Noam Chomsky on Where Artificial Intelligence Went Wrong
David Gaughran: Self-Publishers Aren’t Killing The Industry, They’re Saving It
George Monbiot: Recipes for Disaster
Timothy B. Lee: Conservatives’ Reality Problem. Plus Nate Silver: In Silicon Valley, Technology Talent Gap Threatens G.O.P. Campaigns.
Sara Robinson: Bring
back the 40-hour work week - Salon.com
years of research proves that long hours at work kill
profits, productivity and employees.
Kathleen Fitzpatrick: Outward
and Visible Signs
Stress has become, I think,
the contemporary sign of our salvation.
Alex Steffen: Move a little closer, please: ‘Carbon Zero,’ chapter 3
Ann Patchett: The Bookstore Strikes Back
Alastair Johnston: Opinion
Column: Why Won’t Helvetica Go Away?
stark sans-serif look that had first symbolized
revolution in the hands of Russian typographers in
1917 became institutionalized as the bland face of
Arnaud Lapierre's Doorknob Condition: Intuitive Privacy
Sheldon Richman: The Libertarian Case Against Right-to-Work Laws
Rand Ghayad and William Dickens: It’s not a skill mismatch: Disaggregate evidence on the US unemployment-vacancy relationship
Jeff Wofford: In Praise of Modern Board Games
Sheldon Richman: Libertarian Left: Free-market anti-capitalism, the unknown ideal
Kas Thomas: Stop Stealing from Shakespeare
Philip Greenspun: U.S. Limits Imported Cheese to Third of a Pound per American.
Team Hudson: Lessons from the Bounty — Pride
Erika Christakis: The Preschool Paradox
Tim Maly: The Corporation Who Would be King