Monday, March 14, 2011


GQ has the story of a 12-year-old boy who was imprisoned in Guantanamo for five years and the JAG who defended him and ultimately got him released.

Looks like the startup visa act has been revised—perhaps for the better?

Hmm…some interesting notes from the Chinese on political reform.

The WSJ writes about an interesting health care startup called Castlight which gathers price data to recommend certain courses of action.

German car companies acting to build a zero-emissions car.

Now, I have more than a few ambitions in life, one of which is to avoid ever getting kidney stones. Joe Posnanski writes of his kidney stones experience, which does nothing to dissuade me from that belief.

How will Japan finance the reconstruction?

Mexico is being aggressive in combating obesity.

Interesting sign: migrants remitted more money Jan. 2011 than Jan. 2010.

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