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for something we won't have, so somebody will someday.

Reading Feed (July 2018)


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Blog: Marginal Revolution | The Minimum Wage in an Online Job Market


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Blog: Overcoming Bias | Compulsory Licensing Of Backroom IT?


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Blog: Overcoming Bias | Dalio’s Principles


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Blog: Compass Rose | Culture, interpretive labor, and tidying one's room

Blog: Don't Worry About the Vase | Prediction Markets: When Do They Work?

Blog: Marginal Revolution | Which happiness results are robust?


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Blog: Marginal Revolution | Every law is violent

Blog: Marginal Revolution | Educational sentences to ponder

Comic: xkcd | Light Hacks


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Blog: Don't Worry About the Vase | Simplicio and Sophisticus


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Blog: Marginal Revolution | Steve Teles on the Federalist Society and the Left


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Blog: Marginal Revolution | How should the Fed respond to Trump’s comments?

Blog: Marginal Revolution | Surveillance sentences to ponder


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Blog: Slate Star Codex | Sentimental Cartography


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Blog: Marginal Revolution | My Conversation with Vitalik Buterin

Blog: Marginal Revolution | Wednesday assorted links

Blog: Marginal Revolution | My take on the Statue of Liberty

Blog: Marginal Revolution | Christopher Balding is leaving China

Blog: Marginal Revolution | The Misallocation of International Math Talent

Blog: Schneier on Security | Defeating the iPhone Restricted Mode


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Blog: Marginal Revolution | Tuesday assorted links


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Blog: Marginal Revolution | Monday assorted links


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Comic: xkcd | An Apple for a Dollar

Blog: Marginal Revolution | Kolyma Stories, by Varlam Shalamov


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Blog: Tyler Cowen @ Bloomberg View | Trumpism, If Not Trump, Is Here to Stay


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Blog: Slate Star Codex | Melatonin: Much More Than You Wanted To Know


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Blog: Marginal Revolution | If technology has arrived everywhere, why has income diverged?


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Blog: Marginal Revolution | How well is Germany dealing with the migration crisis? — "Whatever respite Germany may have gained this week is offset, and then some, by the arrival of a new and frightening political dynamic. Mr. Seehofer succeeded by going nuclear; chances are, he won’t be the last. The politics of fear and menace may be here to stay, undermining the foundations of democracy. In sound democracies, policies are the results of compromise between parties representing a majority of the voters. Through the politics of artificial crisis, minorities take the system hostage. They create policies redeeming fictional problems for fictional majorities."