Tuesday, October 21, 2008

The Daily Dozen

  1. The digital spy camera.
  2. Informed voters make worse decisions than the uniformed.
  3. What econ majors think of their major.
  4. Download a free audio version of Seth Godin's latest book, Tribes.
  5. Law School ranking and GPA not indicative of long-term success.
  6. Turning your old Mac into a Mac-O-Lantern for Halloween.
  7. Why economic blogging is so popular.
  8. John Stossel's Politically Incorrect Guide to Politics. (Video)
  9. Andrew Gelman and Terence Tao, each explaining small samples and the margin of error in political polls.
  10. Electromagnetic scanners can detect what you're typing.
  11. Podcasts on intellectual property.
  12. Tip'd: A community for financial news, ideas, and tips.

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