==> This is Part II of my discussion of IER’s “Comment” (submitted to the feds) on the Social Cost of Carbon. If you’re a climate change nerd, this one’s for you.
==> Richard Ebeling’s brief remarks on the South Royalton conference (teleconference at the recent conference in Auburn).
==> This is so awesome: a story about the private code that comedians use to protect their jokes from “stealing.” If I had to do it all over again, maybe I would have done my dissertation on this.
==> Does anybody know about this experiment in “anarchy” in Denmark? Somebody emailed me about it, but I’ve never heard of it.
==> The government allegedly set up a Twitter account to disrupt Cuba.
==> Apparently this young lady struck out Gehrig and Ruth.
==> Now we know why Alex Tabarrok opposes the National Labor Relations Board.
==> I am sorry but this “puzzle” seems obvious to me: Of course the vendors working on the street don’t want to be making change. The guy I bought coffee / bagels from outside of NYU priced everything in increments of quarters, as I recall. I don’t think it had anything to do with the sequence of ordering and trickery, I think it was quite obviously so he only had to deal with bills and quarters.