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providence journal: trump is shocked carrier took him literally
real-world economics review blog: the slow, painful death of the tpp
annoyed librarian: children’s librarians corrupting the youth
the hard times: trump appoints your 8th grade bully secretary of defense
tiverton patch: casino coming to tiverton: question 8 passes by 366 votes
rolling stone: leonard cohen dead at 82
the economist (on twitter): dewey defeats truman: our thoughts on one of the most recongisable headline errors in newspaper history. from 1948
existential comics: cat philosophy
the hard times: hbo orders second season of 2016 presidential campaign
#fridayreads:
the globe and mail: in the u.s. and canada, the founders always feared a trump
1843: bet on trump to ease the stress
foreign policy: these 1-star yelp reviews of embassies make us question the future of diplomacy
new york times: a little-noticed fact about trade: it’s no longer rising
washington post: is hillary clinton the ‘most experienced’ presidential candidate in history?
financial post: watch dogs 2 illustrates why we should be talking about big data’s impact on our lives
fivethirtyeight: the cubs have a smaller chance of winning than trump does
afp: china’s ‘monkey king’ picks trump as next us president
#fridayreads:
quartz: to fight climate change, institute a four-day workweek
middle class political economist: new study casts more doubt on data center subsidies
bloomberg: health-care costs ate your pay raises
history news network: the year donald trump and i purchased boats
providence journal: chafee on failed presidential bid: metric system emphasis 'a big mistake'
national post: n.l. driver hits moose while looking at other driver who hit moose — and three other moose crashes
history news network: the year donald trump and i purchased boats
ap: bob dylan wins 2016 nobel prize in literature
crooked timber: if professors made $500k/year, would they be republicans?
#fridayreads:
wpri: blue cross ri execs concerned by overuse of health services after $50m loss
digitopoly: neither uber nor lyft believe sharing is the future
wjar: historic rhode island diner heads to public auction
crooked timber: why surveillance capitalism is every bit as bad as stansted airport
foreign policy: lesson from the past: sometimes it’s good to have a breaking point, at least in a ship
providence journal: curt schilling, 3 other execs settle 38 studios' lawsuit for $2.5m
boston globe: why do so many veterinarians commit suicide?
#fridayreads:
climate central: august ties july as hottest month ever on record
the chronicle of higher education: on refusing to read
the economist explains economics: what is the impossible trinity?
the economist: patricians of parchment
the onion: when will the idiots on the other end of the political spectrum wake up and have every one of my life circumstances, daily interactions, and upbringing?
the economist: europe’s scapegoat
providence business news: i-195 commission agrees to cover up to $2m in pedestrian bridge costs
the globe and mail: why it may make sense for ontario to go it alone on climate change
slate: gertrude stein wrote a children’s book, and it’s as weirdly mesmerizing as you’d think
foreign policy: stopping the world’s most rapacious invasive species, one fillet at a time
history news network: vanderbilt to spend $1.2 million to rid itself of a building with the word “confederate"
the economist: would that it were so simple
#fridayreads:
geopolitical futures: not much is new in this election
the economist: the economics of donald trump's wall
boston review: paying for punishment
lukasz olejnik: battery status readout as a privacy risk
the economist: from dotcom hero to zero
annoyed librarian: information failure
kieran healey: olympics trolling
#fridayreads:
abc (australia): crisis on high
the awl: how to read a book and walk at the same time
bbc news: pets left hungry as smart feeder breaks
the chronicle of higher education: texas picked an ominous date to arm its public colleges
the economist: how to make children do homework
lars p. syll: cherry-picking economic models
the age: could an aspirin a day keep depression away?
columbia journalism review: is rolling stone about to get throttled in court over uva rape report?
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providence journal: trump is shocked carrier took him literally
real-world economics review blog: the slow, painful death of the tpp
annoyed librarian: children’s librarians corrupting the youth
the hard times: trump appoints your 8th grade bully secretary of defense
tiverton patch: casino coming to tiverton: question 8 passes by 366 votes
rolling stone: leonard cohen dead at 82
the economist (on twitter): dewey defeats truman: our thoughts on one of the most recongisable headline errors in newspaper history. from 1948
existential comics: cat philosophy
the hard times: hbo orders second season of 2016 presidential campaign
#fridayreads:
the globe and mail: in the u.s. and canada, the founders always feared a trump
1843: bet on trump to ease the stress
foreign policy: these 1-star yelp reviews of embassies make us question the future of diplomacy
new york times: a little-noticed fact about trade: it’s no longer rising
washington post: is hillary clinton the ‘most experienced’ presidential candidate in history?
financial post: watch dogs 2 illustrates why we should be talking about big data’s impact on our lives
fivethirtyeight: the cubs have a smaller chance of winning than trump does
afp: china’s ‘monkey king’ picks trump as next us president
#fridayreads:
quartz: to fight climate change, institute a four-day workweek
middle class political economist: new study casts more doubt on data center subsidies
bloomberg: health-care costs ate your pay raises
history news network: the year donald trump and i purchased boats
providence journal: chafee on failed presidential bid: metric system emphasis 'a big mistake'
national post: n.l. driver hits moose while looking at other driver who hit moose — and three other moose crashes
history news network: the year donald trump and i purchased boats
ap: bob dylan wins 2016 nobel prize in literature
crooked timber: if professors made $500k/year, would they be republicans?
#fridayreads:
wpri: blue cross ri execs concerned by overuse of health services after $50m loss
digitopoly: neither uber nor lyft believe sharing is the future
wjar: historic rhode island diner heads to public auction
crooked timber: why surveillance capitalism is every bit as bad as stansted airport
foreign policy: lesson from the past: sometimes it’s good to have a breaking point, at least in a ship
providence journal: curt schilling, 3 other execs settle 38 studios' lawsuit for $2.5m
boston globe: why do so many veterinarians commit suicide?
#fridayreads:
climate central: august ties july as hottest month ever on record
the chronicle of higher education: on refusing to read
the economist explains economics: what is the impossible trinity?
the economist: patricians of parchment
the onion: when will the idiots on the other end of the political spectrum wake up and have every one of my life circumstances, daily interactions, and upbringing?
the economist: europe’s scapegoat
providence business news: i-195 commission agrees to cover up to $2m in pedestrian bridge costs
the globe and mail: why it may make sense for ontario to go it alone on climate change
slate: gertrude stein wrote a children’s book, and it’s as weirdly mesmerizing as you’d think
foreign policy: stopping the world’s most rapacious invasive species, one fillet at a time
history news network: vanderbilt to spend $1.2 million to rid itself of a building with the word “confederate"
the economist: would that it were so simple
#fridayreads:
geopolitical futures: not much is new in this election
the economist: the economics of donald trump's wall
boston review: paying for punishment
lukasz olejnik: battery status readout as a privacy risk
the economist: from dotcom hero to zero
annoyed librarian: information failure
kieran healey: olympics trolling
#fridayreads:
abc (australia): crisis on high
the awl: how to read a book and walk at the same time
bbc news: pets left hungry as smart feeder breaks
the chronicle of higher education: texas picked an ominous date to arm its public colleges
the economist: how to make children do homework
lars p. syll: cherry-picking economic models
the age: could an aspirin a day keep depression away?
columbia journalism review: is rolling stone about to get throttled in court over uva rape report?
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providence journal: trump is shocked carrier took him literally
real-world economics review blog: the slow, painful death of the tpp
annoyed librarian: children’s librarians corrupting the youth
the hard times: trump appoints your 8th grade bully secretary of defense
tiverton patch: casino coming to tiverton: question 8 passes by 366 votes
rolling stone: leonard cohen dead at 82
the economist (on twitter): dewey defeats truman: our thoughts on one of the most recongisable headline errors in newspaper history. from 1948
existential comics: cat philosophy
the hard times: hbo orders second season of 2016 presidential campaign
#fridayreads:
the globe and mail: in the u.s. and canada, the founders always feared a trump
1843: bet on trump to ease the stress
foreign policy: these 1-star yelp reviews of embassies make us question the future of diplomacy
new york times: a little-noticed fact about trade: it’s no longer rising
washington post: is hillary clinton the ‘most experienced’ presidential candidate in history?
financial post: watch dogs 2 illustrates why we should be talking about big data’s impact on our lives
fivethirtyeight: the cubs have a smaller chance of winning than trump does
afp: china’s ‘monkey king’ picks trump as next us president
#fridayreads:
quartz: to fight climate change, institute a four-day workweek
middle class political economist: new study casts more doubt on data center subsidies
bloomberg: health-care costs ate your pay raises
history news network: the year donald trump and i purchased boats
providence journal: chafee on failed presidential bid: metric system emphasis 'a big mistake'
national post: n.l. driver hits moose while looking at other driver who hit moose — and three other moose crashes
history news network: the year donald trump and i purchased boats
ap: bob dylan wins 2016 nobel prize in literature
crooked timber: if professors made $500k/year, would they be republicans?
#fridayreads:
wpri: blue cross ri execs concerned by overuse of health services after $50m loss
digitopoly: neither uber nor lyft believe sharing is the future
wjar: historic rhode island diner heads to public auction
crooked timber: why surveillance capitalism is every bit as bad as stansted airport
foreign policy: lesson from the past: sometimes it’s good to have a breaking point, at least in a ship
providence journal: curt schilling, 3 other execs settle 38 studios' lawsuit for $2.5m
boston globe: why do so many veterinarians commit suicide?
#fridayreads:
climate central: august ties july as hottest month ever on record
the chronicle of higher education: on refusing to read
the economist explains economics: what is the impossible trinity?
the economist: patricians of parchment
the onion: when will the idiots on the other end of the political spectrum wake up and have every one of my life circumstances, daily interactions, and upbringing?
the economist: europe’s scapegoat
providence business news: i-195 commission agrees to cover up to $2m in pedestrian bridge costs
the globe and mail: why it may make sense for ontario to go it alone on climate change
slate: gertrude stein wrote a children’s book, and it’s as weirdly mesmerizing as you’d think
foreign policy: stopping the world’s most rapacious invasive species, one fillet at a time
history news network: vanderbilt to spend $1.2 million to rid itself of a building with the word “confederate"
the economist: would that it were so simple
#fridayreads:
geopolitical futures: not much is new in this election
the economist: the economics of donald trump's wall
boston review: paying for punishment
lukasz olejnik: battery status readout as a privacy risk
the economist: from dotcom hero to zero
annoyed librarian: information failure
kieran healey: olympics trolling
#fridayreads:
abc (australia): crisis on high
the awl: how to read a book and walk at the same time
bbc news: pets left hungry as smart feeder breaks
the chronicle of higher education: texas picked an ominous date to arm its public colleges
the economist: how to make children do homework
lars p. syll: cherry-picking economic models
the age: could an aspirin a day keep depression away?
columbia journalism review: is rolling stone about to get throttled in court over uva rape report?
em providence journal: trump is shocked carrier took him literally
real-world economics review blog: the slow, painful death of the tpp
annoyed librarian: children’s librarians corrupting the youth
the hard times: trump appoints your 8th grade bully secretary of defense
tiverton patch: casino coming to tiverton: question 8 passes by 366 votes
rolling stone: leonard cohen dead at 82
the economist (on twitter): dewey defeats truman: our thoughts on one of the most recongisable headline errors in newspaper history. from 1948
existential comics: cat philosophy
the hard times: hbo orders second season of 2016 presidential campaign
#fridayreads:
the globe and mail: in the u.s. and canada, the founders always feared a trump
1843: bet on trump to ease the stress
foreign policy: these 1-star yelp reviews of embassies make us question the future of diplomacy
new york times: a little-noticed fact about trade: it’s no longer rising
washington post: is hillary clinton the ‘most experienced’ presidential candidate in history?
financial post: watch dogs 2 illustrates why we should be talking about big data’s impact on our lives
fivethirtyeight: the cubs have a smaller chance of winning than trump does
afp: china’s ‘monkey king’ picks trump as next us president
#fridayreads:
quartz: to fight climate change, institute a four-day workweek
middle class political economist: new study casts more doubt on data center subsidies
bloomberg: health-care costs ate your pay raises
history news network: the year donald trump and i purchased boats
providence journal: chafee on failed presidential bid: metric system emphasis 'a big mistake'
national post: n.l. driver hits moose while looking at other driver who hit moose — and three other moose crashes
history news network: the year donald trump and i purchased boats
ap: bob dylan wins 2016 nobel prize in literature
crooked timber: if professors made $500k/year, would they be republicans?
#fridayreads:
wpri: blue cross ri execs concerned by overuse of health services after $50m loss
digitopoly: neither uber nor lyft believe sharing is the future
wjar: historic rhode island diner heads to public auction
crooked timber: why surveillance capitalism is every bit as bad as stansted airport
foreign policy: lesson from the past: sometimes it’s good to have a breaking point, at least in a ship
providence journal: curt schilling, 3 other execs settle 38 studios' lawsuit for $2.5m
boston globe: why do so many veterinarians commit suicide?
#fridayreads:
climate central: august ties july as hottest month ever on record
the chronicle of higher education: on refusing to read
the economist explains economics: what is the impossible trinity?
the economist: patricians of parchment
the onion: when will the idiots on the other end of the political spectrum wake up and have every one of my life circumstances, daily interactions, and upbringing?
the economist: europe’s scapegoat
providence business news: i-195 commission agrees to cover up to $2m in pedestrian bridge costs
the globe and mail: why it may make sense for ontario to go it alone on climate change
slate: gertrude stein wrote a children’s book, and it’s as weirdly mesmerizing as you’d think
foreign policy: stopping the world’s most rapacious invasive species, one fillet at a time
history news network: vanderbilt to spend $1.2 million to rid itself of a building with the word “confederate"
the economist: would that it were so simple
#fridayreads:
geopolitical futures: not much is new in this election
the economist: the economics of donald trump's wall
boston review: paying for punishment
lukasz olejnik: battery status readout as a privacy risk
the economist: from dotcom hero to zero
annoyed librarian: information failure
kieran healey: olympics trolling
#fridayreads:
abc (australia): crisis on high
the awl: how to read a book and walk at the same time
bbc news: pets left hungry as smart feeder breaks
the chronicle of higher education: texas picked an ominous date to arm its public colleges
the economist: how to make children do homework
lars p. syll: cherry-picking economic models
the age: could an aspirin a day keep depression away?
columbia journalism review: is rolling stone about to get throttled in court over uva rape report?
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github https://www.github.com/atbradley
stack overflow cv http://stackoverflow.com/cv/adamtbradley
linkedin https://www.linkedin.com/in/adam-bradley-533740115
gists https://gist.github.com/atbradley
trump is shocked carrier took him literally http://www.providencejournal.com/news/20161201/aaron-blake-trump-is-shocked-carrier-took-him-literally?utm_content=bufferef420&utm_medium=social&utm_source=twitter.com&utm_campaign=buffer
the slow, painful death of the tpp https://rwer.wordpress.com/2016/12/01/the-slow-painful-death-of-the-tpp/
children’s librarians corrupting the youth http://lj.libraryjournal.com/blogs/annoyedlibrarian/2016/11/28/childrens-librarians-corrupting-the-youth/
trump appoints your 8th grade bully secretary of defense http://thehardtimes.net/2016/11/29/trump-appoints-8th-grade-bully-secretary-defense/
casino coming to tiverton: question 8 passes by 366 votes http://patch.com/rhode-island/tiverton/casino-passes-published-reports
leonard cohen dead at 82 http://www.rollingstone.com/music/news/leonard-cohen-dead-at-82-w449792
dewey defeats truman: our thoughts on one of the most recongisable headline errors in newspaper history. from 1948 https://twitter.com/theeconomist/status/796007139332464640
cat philosophy http://existentialcomics.com/comic/158
hbo orders second season of 2016 presidential campaign http://thehardtimes.net/2016/10/18/hbo-orders-second-season-2016-presidential-campaign/
#fridayreads https://twitter.com/search?f=tweets&vertical=default&q=%23fridayreads
trump: a graphic biography, ted rall http://www.worldcat.org/title/trump-a-graphic-biography/oclc/950751099&referer=brief_results
in the u.s. and canada, the founders always feared a trump http://www.theglobeandmail.com//opinion/in-the-us-and-canada-the-founders-always-feared-a-trump/article32653825/?cmpid=rss1&click=sf_globe
bet on trump to ease the stress https://www.1843magazine.com/ideas/the-daily/bet-on-trump-to-ease-the-stress
these 1-star yelp reviews of embassies make us question the future of diplomacy http://foreignpolicy.com/2016/10/28/these-1-star-yelp-reviews-of-embassies-make-us-question-the-future-of-diplomacy/
a little-noticed fact about trade: it’s no longer rising http://www.nytimes.com/2016/10/31/upshot/a-little-noticed-fact-about-trade-its-no-longer-rising.html?partner=rss&emc=rss&_r=0
is hillary clinton the ‘most experienced’ presidential candidate in history? https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/the-fix/wp/2016/06/14/is-hillary-clinton-the-most-experienced-presidential-candidate-in-history/
watch dogs 2 illustrates why we should be talking about big data’s impact on our lives http://business.financialpost.com/fp-tech-desk/post-arcade/watch-dogs-2-illustrates-why-we-should-be-talking-about-big-datas-impact-on-our-lives?__lsa=2900-df48
the cubs have a smaller chance of winning than trump does http://fivethirtyeight.com/features/the-cubs-have-a-smaller-chance-of-winning-than-trump-does/
china’s ‘monkey king’ picks trump as next us president https://www.yahoo.com/news/china-monkey-king-picks-trump-next-us-president-002407936.html
#fridayreads https://twitter.com/search?f=tweets&vertical=default&q=%23fridayreads
the moral economy: why good incentives are no substitute for good citizens, samuel bowles http://www.worldcat.org/title/moral-economy-why-good-incentives-are-no-substitute-for-good-citizens/oclc/930798081&referer=brief_results
new ocra features http://library.brown.edu/digitaltechnologies/new-ocra-features/
day job http://library.brown.edu
to fight climate change, institute a four-day workweek http://qz.com/770758/how-three-day-weekends-can-help-save-the-world-and-us-too/
new study casts more doubt on data center subsidies http://www.middleclasspoliticaleconomist.com/2016/10/new-study-casts-more-doubt-on-data.html
health-care costs ate your pay raises https://www.bloomberg.com/view/articles/2016-09-28/health-care-costs-ate-your-pay-raises
the year donald trump and i purchased boats http://historynewsnetwork.org/article/164052
chafee on failed presidential bid: metric system emphasis 'a big mistake' http://www.providencejournal.com/news/20161013/chafee-on-failed-presidential-bid-metric-system-emphasis-a-big-mistake
n.l. driver hits moose while looking at other driver who hit moose — and three other moose crashes http://news.nationalpost.com/news/canada/newfoundland-driver-hits-moose-while-looking-at-other-driver-who-hit-moose-and-three-other-moose-crashes
the year donald trump and i purchased boats http://historynewsnetwork.org/article/164052
bob dylan wins 2016 nobel prize in literature http://www.msn.com/en-us/music/news/bob-dylan-wins-2016-nobel-prize-in-literature/ar-aaitpmb?li=bbnb7kz?ocid=ansmsnnews11
if professors made $500k/year, would they be republicans? http://crookedtimber.org/2016/10/09/if-professors-made-500kyear-would-they-be-republicans/
#fridayreads https://twitter.com/search?f=tweets&vertical=default&q=%23fridayreads
the poet, michael connelly https://openlibrary.org/works/ol111749w/the_poet
blue cross ri execs concerned by overuse of health services after $50m loss http://wpri.com/2016/09/22/blue-cross-ri-execs-concerned-by-overuse-of-health-services-after-50m-loss/
neither uber nor lyft believe sharing is the future http://www.digitopoly.org/2016/09/20/neither-uber-nor-lyft-believe-sharing-is-the-future/
historic rhode island diner heads to public auction http://turnto10.com/news/local/historic-rhode-island-diner-heads-to-public-auction
why surveillance capitalism is every bit as bad as stansted airport http://crookedtimber.org/2016/09/22/why-surveillance-capitalism-is-every-bit-as-bad-as-stansted-airport/
lesson from the past: sometimes it’s good to have a breaking point, at least in a ship http://foreignpolicy.com/2016/09/20/lesson-from-the-past-sometimes-its-good-to-have-a-breaking-point-at-least-in-a-ship/
curt schilling, 3 other execs settle 38 studios' lawsuit for $2.5m http://www.providencejournal.com/news/20160919/curt-schilling-3-other-execs-settle-38-studios-lawsuit-for-25m--storify
why do so many veterinarians commit suicide? http://www.bostonglobe.com/lifestyle/2016/09/18/why-many-veterinarians-commit-suicide/iccgr46bijpgeeesphte2l/story.html
#fridayreads https://twitter.com/search?f=tweets&vertical=default&q=%23fridayreads
the last coyote, michael connelly https://openlibrary.org/works/ol111738w/the_last_coyote
august ties july as hottest month ever on record http://www.climatecentral.org/news/august-ties-july-as-hottest-month-on-record-20691
on refusing to read http://www.chronicle.com/article/on-refusing-to-read/237717
what is the impossible trinity? http://www.economist.com/blogs/economist-explains/2016/09/economist-explains-economics-4
patricians of parchment http://www.economist.com/news/books-and-arts/21707176-why-manuscripts-matter-patricians-parchment?fsrc=scn/tw/te/pe/ed/patriciansofparchment
when will the idiots on the other end of the political spectrum wake up and have every one of my life circumstances, daily interactions, and upbringing? http://www.theonion.com/blogpost/when-will-idiots-other-end-political-spectrum-wake-53482
europe’s scapegoat http://www.economist.com/news/europe/21704813-eus-cherished-free-movement-rights-are-less-secure-they-seem-europes-scapegoat
i-195 commission agrees to cover up to $2m in pedestrian bridge costs http://www.pbn.com/i-195-commission-agrees-to-cover-up-to-2m-in-pedestrian-bridge-costs,116482?preview_key=1efc19664b9ebe9988296e483435ca0a&ts=1471308076
why it may make sense for ontario to go it alone on climate change http://www.theglobeandmail.com/report-on-business/why-it-may-make-sense-for-ontario-to-go-it-alone-on-climate-change/article30138521/
gertrude stein wrote a children’s book, and it’s as weirdly mesmerizing as you’d think http://www.slate.com/blogs/nightlight/2016/08/15/gertrude_stein_s_children_s_book_presents_a_here_and_now_guide_to_the_imagination.html
stopping the world’s most rapacious invasive species, one fillet at a time http://foreignpolicy.com/2016/08/17/stopping-the-worlds-most-rapacious-invasive-species-one-fillet-at-a-time/
vanderbilt to spend $1.2 million to rid itself of a building with the word “confederate" http://historynewsnetwork.org/article/163643
would that it were so simple http://www.economist.com/news/books-and-arts/21704776-strange-tale-subjunctive-english-would-it-were-so-simple
#fridayreads https://twitter.com/search?f=tweets&vertical=default&q=%23fridayreads
thinking in systems, by donella h. meadows https://www.librarything.com/work/7467944
not much is new in this election https://geopoliticalfutures.com/not-much-is-new-in-this-election/
the economics of donald trump's wall http://www.economist.com/blogs/graphicdetail/2016/07/daily-chart-16?fsrc=scn%2ftw%2fte%2fbl%2fed%2ftheeconomicsofdonaldtrumpswall
paying for punishment https://bostonreview.net/us/donna-murch-paying-punishment
battery status readout as a privacy risk https://blog.lukaszolejnik.com/battery-status-readout-as-a-privacy-risk/
from dotcom hero to zero http://www.economist.com/news/leaders/21702752-yahoo-no-longer-independent-company-its-failure-had-many-fathers-dotcom-hero-zero?fsrc=scn/tw/te/pe/ed/fromdotcomherotozero
information failure http://lj.libraryjournal.com/blogs/annoyedlibrarian/2016/08/04/information-failure/
olympics trolling https://kieranhealy.org/blog/archives/2012/07/28/olympics-trolling/
#fridayreads https://twitter.com/search?f=tweets&vertical=default&q=%23fridayreads
the collapse of western civilization: a view from the future https://www.librarything.com/work/14795993
crisis on high http://www.abc.net.au/news/2016-07-25/climate-change-the-third-pole-under-threat/7657672
how to read a book and walk at the same time https://theawl.com/how-to-read-a-book-and-walk-at-the-same-time-a9c9bee3b513#.46kkjql8a
pets left hungry as smart feeder breaks http://www.bbc.com/news/technology-36912992
texas picked an ominous date to arm its public colleges http://chronicle.com/article/texas-picked-an-ominous-date/237264
how to make children do homework http://www.economist.com/news/britain/21702504-sending-texts-parents-improves-pupils-grades-much-summer-school-how-make-children-do
cherry-picking economic models https://larspsyll.wordpress.com/2016/07/21/cherry-picking-economic-models/
could an aspirin a day keep depression away? http://www.theage.com.au/national/health/could-an-aspirin-a-day-keep-depression-away-20160719-gq8t11.html
norway is so nice that it wants to give finland a mountain for its birthday http://foreignpolicy.com/2016/07/28/norway-is-so-nice-that-it-wants-to-give-finland-a-mountain-for-its-birthday/
is rolling stone about to get throttled in court over uva rape report? http://www.cjr.org/analysis/rolling_stone_uva_rape_report_lawsuit.php

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adam t. bradley elsewhere github stack overflow cv linkedin gists here about e-mail tags art (1) baby names (1) blogging (1) books (1) color (1) comics (1) design (1) digital humanities (1) economics (1) economy (1) education (1) foreign relations (1) ggplot2 (1) graphing (2) image processing (1) internet (1) jekyll (1) law (1) library (1) mapping (1) maps (1) olympics (1) paperjs (3) php (1) politics (1) print (1) rhode island (2) rmarkdown (1) shiny (2) social networks (1) software (1) sparklines (1) unemployment (2) web development (1) categories books (9) day job (1) economics (1) links (14) new england (4) quote (8) rstats (22) visualization (7) friday readings providence journal: trump is shocked carrier took him literally one of the best explanations of the donald trump 2016 phenomenon is this, via salena zito: the press takes him literally, but not seriously; his supporters take him seriously, but not literally. real-world economics review blog: the slow, painful death of the tpp the basic point that everyone should know by now is that the tpp had little to do with trade. the united states already had trade deals with six of the 11 other countries in the pact. the trade barriers with the other five countries were already very low in most cases, so there was little room left for further trade liberalization in the tpp. annoyed librarian: children’s librarians corrupting the youth the headline is, “the very hungry caterpillar lied to you as a child,” because the editor doesn’t understand what the word “lie” means. the hard times: trump appoints your 8th grade bully secretary of defense “we’re not only going to make mexico pay for the wall, they’ll also give america an extra $2 every day, so we can buy a pop.” posted on friday, december 02, 2016 categories: books links friday readings tiverton patch: casino coming to tiverton: question 8 passes by 366 votes rolling stone: leonard cohen dead at 82 the economist (on twitter): dewey defeats truman: our thoughts on one of the most recongisable headline errors in newspaper history. from 1948 existential comics: cat philosophy all desire is futile. the hard times: hbo orders second season of 2016 presidential campaign #fridayreads: trump: a graphic biography, ted rall posted on friday, november 11, 2016 categories: books links friday readings the globe and mail: in the u.s. and canada, the founders always feared a trump 1843: bet on trump to ease the stress this wager would act as insurance, or an “emotional hedge”. if trump triumphs at the polls, then at least your bank balance will get a (temporary) boost. and if he loses, then the relief should dominate any feelings of regret. foreign policy: these 1-star yelp reviews of embassies make us question the future of diplomacy i really really advise you to avoid canada all together. new york times: a little-noticed fact about trade: it’s no longer rising washington post: is hillary clinton the ‘most experienced’ presidential candidate in history? financial post: watch dogs 2 illustrates why we should be talking about big data’s impact on our lives fivethirtyeight: the cubs have a smaller chance of winning than trump does yikes. afp: china’s ‘monkey king’ picks trump as next us president the monkey king has decided; you can just stay home tuesday. #fridayreads: the moral economy: why good incentives are no substitute for good citizens, samuel bowles posted on friday, november 04, 2016 categories: books links new ocra features my new post on the day job blog. posted on wednesday, november 02, 2016 categories: day job tags: library php friday readings quartz: to fight climate change, institute a four-day workweek middle class political economist: new study casts more doubt on data center subsidies bloomberg: health-care costs ate your pay raises history news network: the year donald trump and i purchased boats providence journal: chafee on failed presidential bid: metric system emphasis 'a big mistake' national post: n.l. driver hits moose while looking at other driver who hit moose — and three other moose crashes history news network: the year donald trump and i purchased boats ap: bob dylan wins 2016 nobel prize in literature crooked timber: if professors made $500k/year, would they be republicans? #fridayreads: the poet, michael connelly posted on friday, october 14, 2016 categories: books links friday readings wpri: blue cross ri execs concerned by overuse of health services after $50m loss digitopoly: neither uber nor lyft believe sharing is the future wjar: historic rhode island diner heads to public auction an art deco-style diner built in what an expert calls the golden age of the diner is being auctioned off after sitting vacant for 14 years in a weed-strewn lot in pawtucket. crooked timber: why surveillance capitalism is every bit as bad as stansted airport the only way to get there from london was with ryanair. so already, i felt a bit let down by capitalism. where was all the market choice and innovation to translate my myriad human desires into a competitive range of options for me to choose from and pay for? then it turned out that ryanair would only leave from stansted, which i dislike, so i had to satisfice like some too-lazy-to-compare consumer or a half-arsed social democrat. foreign policy: lesson from the past: sometimes it’s good to have a breaking point, at least in a ship “too much safety sometimes kills safety.” providence journal: curt schilling, 3 other execs settle 38 studios' lawsuit for $2.5m boston globe: why do so many veterinarians commit suicide? a 2014 federal centers for disease control online survey of 10,000 practicing veterinarians published last year found that more than one in six american veterinarians has considered suicide. veterinarians suffer from feelings of hopelessness, depression, and other psychiatric disorders two to three times more often than the general population. two studies published in the british veterinarian association’s journal, the veterinary record, found suicide rates are double or more those of dentists and doctors, and four to six times higher than the general population. #fridayreads: the last coyote, michael connelly posted on friday, september 23, 2016 categories: books links friday readings climate central: august ties july as hottest month ever on record the chronicle of higher education: on refusing to read my small act of countercultural scholarly agency has been to refuse to continue reading or assigning the work of david foster wallace. the machine of his celebrity masks, i have argued, the limited benefits of spending the time required to read his work. the economist explains economics: what is the impossible trinity? the economist: patricians of parchment manuscripts are words written down, but they impart far more than sentences. precise moments in time can be found, like pressed flowers, preserved in their pages. in one ninth-century manuscript a picture of the planets in orbit has been drawn with such precision that astronomers say this configuration happens only once in 17 trillion years. they have dated the manuscript to march 18th 816. the onion: when will the idiots on the other end of the political spectrum wake up and have every one of my life circumstances, daily interactions, and upbringing? posted on friday, september 16, 2016 categories: links friday readings the economist: europe’s scapegoat under one model of the effects of migration, by 2030 gdp per capita in some eastern european countries could fall by 4%. “europe has destroyed us,” says an official in the deserted romanian village of certeze. providence business news: i-195 commission agrees to cover up to $2m in pedestrian bridge costs initially expected to be finished in 2013, the pedestrian bridge has been beset by delays and redesign issues for several years. if we aren’t able to deliver this bridge, the whole marketing plan fails, said commissioner robert c. davis. the globe and mail: why it may make sense for ontario to go it alone on climate change you could call it ontario’s declaration of energy independence: a radical plan to sweep carbon out of the provincial economy by turning off natural gas in homes and workplaces and switching on electric cars at a cost of $7-billion to taxpayers. slate: gertrude stein wrote a children’s book, and it’s as weirdly mesmerizing as you’d think “don’t bother about the commas which aren’t there, read the words. don’t worry about the sense that is there, read the words. if you have any trouble, read faster and faster until you don’t.” foreign policy: stopping the world’s most rapacious invasive species, one fillet at a time history news network: vanderbilt to spend $1.2 million to rid itself of a building with the word “confederate" the economist: would that it were so simple does no one know the english subjunctive anymore? #fridayreads: thinking in systems, by donella h. meadows posted on friday, august 19, 2016 categories: books links friday readings geopolitical futures: not much is new in this election the question is not why americans regard this particular election as apocalyptic. the question is why americans routinely regard presidential elections as apocalyptic, without realizing they are simply acting out an old script. one reason is a general one. americans do not remember the past very clearly, particularly when it doesn’t directly affect their lives. america was founded without a past, but with a breathtaking future. as a culture, our focus has been there. we get caught up in the moment and we lack a sense of perspective because our memory of the past has been rendered fuzzy, with the hard edges removed. the economist: the economics of donald trump's wall boston review: paying for punishment but understanding decarceration only through the lens of cost cutting has a major blind spot. america’s contemporary system of policing, courts, imprisonment, and parole doesn’t just absorb money. it also makes money through asset forfeiture, lucrative public contracts from private service providers, and by directly extracting revenue and unpaid labor from populations of color and the poor. lukasz olejnik: battery status readout as a privacy risk privacy risks and threats arise and surface even in seemingly innocuous mechanisms. we have seen it before, and we will see it again. the economist: from dotcom hero to zero at its peak in 2000, yahoo had a market value of $128 billion. in the dotcom version of monopoly, yahoo got the prime slot. annoyed librarian: information failure the time has long gone when people would settle bar bets by calling a reference librarian, but the same sort of fact-checking snopes engages in is what reference librarians excel at, or at least used to until people stopped asking them reference questions and started asking them to clear the printer jams. kieran healey: olympics trolling a moment’s thought suggests that my views are perfectly correct. reflecting a little further on my sports bigotry, i think the simplest model is a two-dimensional space that, i think you will agree, is both easy to understand and wholly objective. #fridayreads: the collapse of western civilization: a view from the future posted on friday, august 05, 2016 categories: books links tags: internet olympics politics friday readings abc (australia): crisis on high deep in the himalayas sits a remote research station that is tracking an alarming trend in climate change, with implications that could disrupt the lives of more than 1 billion people and pitch the most populated region of the world into chaos. the awl: how to read a book and walk at the same time whereas i found wallace stegner’s a shooting star tiresome and unfinishable when i was reading it at home, i found the eleven-and-three-eighth-ounce paperback tiresome but eminently finishable while walking. how does that work? walking renders any book on hand finishable because your only alternative is your mind, and haven’t you had enough of that? bbc news: pets left hungry as smart feeder breaks the chronicle of higher education: texas picked an ominous date to arm its public colleges in what appears to be an audacious act of public forgetting, a controversial texas campus-carry law allowing concealed guns in university buildings is scheduled to take effect on monday, august 1, the 50th anniversary of the university of texas tower shootings. the economist: how to make children do homework the parents of nearly 16,000 pupils at 36 secondary schools in england were sent regular text messages to remind them of forthcoming tests, to report whether homework was submitted on time and to outline what their children were learning. parents could opt out if the texts became bothersome. few did. the result was an uptick in performance in maths and (more weakly) english, as well as lower absenteeism. lars p. syll: cherry-picking economic models …if one extends the alcohol neutral model to take that role into account, it is optimal for humans to be drinking all of their waking hours. the age: could an aspirin a day keep depression away? aspree involves 16,500 australian volunteers, all aged over 70, plus a few thousand extra in the united states. it constitutes the largest clinical trial ever conducted in this country, and one of the largest in the world. results will be available in 2018. **foreign policy: norway is so nice that it wants to give finland a mountain for its birthday “we want to reach out a hand to our neighbor that we will be able to shake across the summit.” columbia journalism review: is rolling stone about to get throttled in court over uva rape report? posted on friday, july 29, 2016 categories: links 1 2 3 4 5 6 older→


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