Since I got to Links really late, I missed some hat tips! Please forgive me.
DARPA Offers Prize For Method to Unshred Shredded Data PopSci (hat tip reader Robert M)
Is Obama Denying Science? The White House Responds to NORML’s ‘We the People’ Petition Alternet (hat tip reader Francois T)
“Deadly Monopolies”: Medical Ethicist Harriet Washington on How Firms are Taking Over Life Itself Democracy Now (hat tip reader Aquifer)
BP Oil Spill Whistleblowers And Experts Continue To Mysteriously Die TheIntelHub (hat tip reader 1SK). Now it could just be random…
Tilburg professor faked data in at least 30 academic publications DutchNews. Per reader Francois T: Meet the biggest fraudster in the field of social psychology.
A Nursing Home Shrinks Until It Feels Like a Home New York Times
Beijing will not ride to eurozone’s rescue Yu Yongding, Financial Times
Washington Post Discards All Journalistic Standards In Attack on Social Security Dean Baker (hat tip reader Aquifer). Whoops, saw this earlier and forgot to link to it.
Transatlantic threat to Obama Gideon Rachman, Financial Times
European Stocks Sink on Greek Referendum Bloomberg. Reality bites. The China PMI data (see below) did not help. Financial stocks hit hard. Oil is also down over 2%.
Bunds surge as eurozone woes return to haunt investors Financial Times
Credibility is not everything Paolo Manasse, VoxEU
NAB and Westpac’s Secret Bailout Revealed Morning Money (hat tip reader Skippy)
UNESCO Approves Palestine for Full Membership Dave Dayen, FireDogLake (hat tip reader Carol B)
Startup Visa D.O.A., and Startup America Just a Giant Press Release? TechCrunch. I got into Oz on a similar visa, which has since been eliminated.
Thomas Friedman, Dirty Hippie David Atkins (hat tip reader Carol B)
Canadian Corporation Behind Efforts to Shut Down Occupy Wall Street Has Ties to Big Oil Desmogblog (hat tip reader 1SK)
It’s Lonely Without the Goldman Net Andrew Ross Sorkin. This is particularly glaring in light of comments by readers that MF Global apparently missed that their repos had clauses that they’d be repriced if the market value fell by more than 5%. This is a stunningly oversight.
Corzine Crashes Like It’s 2008 Joe Nocera, New York Times
Mary Schapiro lands in hot seat again Investment News. Not new per se, but a good recap.
Retreat From Debit-Card Fees Continues Wall Street Journal
Home prices heading for triple-dip CNN Money (hat tip Lisa Epstein)
Shocker: The More You Pay a Rating Agency, the More They Do Your Bidding! Dave Dayen, FireDogLake (hat tip reader Carol B)
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