Thursday, November 18, 2010

Linkism

Ezra Klein interviews Michael Pollan about the upcoming food safety bill in the Senate.

Ireland set to accept E.U. bailout.

Why the U.S. government should be borrowing more money.

The price India pays for corruption. Setting the microfinance story in India straight.

China arrests woman and sends her to labor camp for Twitter comment. Also, China steps up its efforts against inflation. Will the “China price” rise?

A tour of London’s “Silicon Roundabout.”

When is economic growth good for the poor?

An amusing guide to the foibles, follies and faults of Dan Snyder, owner of the Washington Redskins. Stories like this convince you of the truth of Fitzgerald’s aphorism about the rich (“…they’re different than you and me.”): some of them are stupider.

I thought this interview with Jay-Z was amusing, and this one interesting:

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The rationing of the U.S. health care system.

One of the centers of cleantech in California? Welcome to the O.C.

On the “hate retweet.”

The reminders of the Mexican drug war in its poshest enclaves.

Comparing Andrew Luck and John Elway, straight from the horses’ mouths.

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