Speak, Butterfly Nautilus. Nabokov now seen as serious scientist.
MONSTER PORN: Amazon Cracks Down On America’s Latest Sex Fantasy Business Insider
Mosler Barnard Tour 2013 The Center of the Universe. “I’ve learned to keep it very simple, because I’ve had to explain this to central bankers.”
The Shape of Things to Come Foreign Affairs
PBS Drops a Bombshell on the Federal Reserve’s 100th Birthday Party Wall Street on Parade
Networking into the Abyss The Baffler. SXSW.
Labor Force Participation Rates Revisited Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta
Big Brother Is Watching You Watch
Durham police surround Huerta protesters; gas used to disperse group Charlotte News Observer. Huerta, 17, died of a gunshot wound to the head while handcuffed in the back of a police car last month.
De Blasio Hires Goldman Sachs Exec To Make City More Affordable Gawker. The “liberal” surge continues.
Leaning on the party Corrente
ACA deadline extended Susie Madrak. Great graphic.
Obamacare-critic Heller joins health exchange that uses subsidy Las Vegas Review-Journal. I have never understood why Republicans don’t advocate massive tax resistance to the penalties, given that the IRS cannot enforce them with liens.
Democratic senator says Obamacare could have ‘meltdown,’ hurt party Reuters. Rats, ship.
Airpocalypse: China’s 4-year pollution plan Asian Correspondent
Haiyan’s Storm Surge: A Detailed Look Weather Underground
Being right or being happy: pilot study BMJ (TC). “The results of this trial show that the availability of unbridled power adversely affects the quality of life of those on the receiving end.”
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