Wednesday, October 22, 2008

The Daily Dozen

  1. A surprisingly useful online stopwatch. It even has an option for fullscreen mode.
  2. The science of shopping.
  3. Pluralist Economics Review: A free-access economics journal.
  4. Princeton Review ranks the best and worst academic experiences among law schools.
  5. How to photograph natural looking portraits.
  6. A $500 tablet PC coming in January?
  7. Was the financial crisis caused by government regulation?
  8. We are most creative late at night.
  9. Use your computer to see the real size of gadgets.
  10. The rotating outlet.
  11. Why you should write down your goals.
  12. Russ Roberts interviews Clay Shirky on the economics of organizations. (See Shirky's book, Here Comes Everybody: The Power of Organizing Without Organizations.)

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