Saturday, April 16, 2011

Linkism

David Foster Wallace and the literary tax accountant.

On the ground in Angola, a kleptocracy overrun with Americans, Chinese, and other profiteers.

Scientific American has some interesting points on electronic medical records.

Some striking facts about India’s water problems here (e.g. India spends 2% of GDP treating diarrhea.)

New York’s green grid.

Juarez’s police commander is increasingly under scrutiny for his human rights abuses. Also, Mexico indicts 16 cops for aiding the cartels in connection with a discovery of a mass grave.

Republicans in state government are working to gut environmental regulations.

South Korean search engines file antitrust case in South Korean court.

The American Prospect has an excellent magazine available on Wal-Mart’s worldwide effect.

Why taxes are annoying.

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