Tuesday, March 03, 2009

The Daily Dozen

  1. Apple announces refreshed iMac, Mac Pro, and Mac Mini.
  2. Foreclosure rates aren't really that high... unless you live in Arizona, California, Florida, or Nevada.
  3. How low will the stock market go?
  4. Should you go to graduate school in a recession? Penelope Trunk says no. Tyler Cowen doesn't completely agree. Now is certainly a bad time to go to law school.
  5. Third year law students are getting hosed.
  6. Richard Posner writes faster than publishers can publish.
  7. The Eee Top 18-inch touchscreen computer is now on sale for pre-order Amazon for $599.
  8. Was recent productivity growth an illusion?
  9. Faith in God hurts academic law school performance?  That might explain a few things!
  10. Smart kid's careers are often shaped by what others expect?
  11. Prison spending outpaces all but Medicaid.  "One in every 31 adults is in prison, on parole or probation, at a cost to the states of $47 billion in 2008, according to a new study."
  12. The better, cheaper mortgage fix.

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