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A “strictly confidential” report on Greece’s debt projections prepared for eurozone finance ministers reveals Athens’ rescue programme is way off track and suggests the Greek government may need another bail-out once a second rescue – set to be agreed on Monday night – runs out. The 10-page debt sustainability analysis, distributed to eurozone officials last week but obtained by the Financial...
TOQUELAND: But those changes probably aren’t that apparent to guests of the...– The French Laundry’s Timothy Hollingsworth: The Toqueland Interview | Toqueland
Stop reading this article and ask the next person you meet to name a superhero....– The Revenge of the Second-Tier Superhero Film - Scott Meslow - Entertainment - The Atlantic
Every Sunday, the New York Times publishes the wedding announcements of the most...– Katie Baker on the New York Times wedding section - Grantland
There is a widespread belief that we have beat a lot of problems by “getting...– Why doesn’t the right-wing favor looser monetary policy? — Marginal Revolution
It seemed to him that in Annawadi, fortunes derived not just from what people...– Amazon.com: Behind the Beautiful Forevers (Enhanced Edition) eBook: Katherine Boo: Kindle Store
here’s Bob Sutton writing about some evidence that you comprehend / retain information better when reading off the printed page versus the screen. The point of reading e-books isn’t that you retain the information better than when you read it in print. It’s that the cloud retains the information better than you do, and it allows you to search that information, and access it...
Brian Goldman: Doctors make mistakes. Can we talk about that? | Video on TED.com
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You guys are going to make me blush. But reading Wonkblog makes you 15 percent smarter, tops.
In recent years, the Texas Advance Directives Act has defined one very concrete...– Should the Texas Advanced Directives Act be replicated? | The Incidental Economist
Think about how a university department organizes itself. There are professors...– A VC: The Management Team - Guest Post From Joel Spolsky
Can I ask a dumb Tumblr question? Is there the equivalent of a newsfeed for Tumblr, where I can see the posts of everyone I’m following threaded chronologically? And if not, what’s the point of following people? Update: Ah. The dashboard. Got it. Told you it was a dumb question.
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No DC. Sorry Little Serow. :(
Playboy Interview: Paul Krugman →