Links for 3/12/09

The challenge of sating changing tastes in microgravity

“… imprisonment on a massive scale has become one of the central aspects of our nation’s social policy toward the poor…”

Obama vs. Silicon Valley

Abandon mark-to-market for regulatory purposes

Card check and the secret ballot

The Four Commandments of the anti-smoking movement

Buddha Bar banned in Indonesia

The Last Word, Seattle’s greatest contribution to mixology

Rogier takes EU coffee incompetence to task

Picture is Unrelated


3 thoughts on “Links for 3/12/09”

  1. That late article on EFCA is a better summary of the issue than anything I’ve been able to formulate. It expresses both why I think it’s a good idea and why it’s probably not going to pass. Well played, conservatives and libertarians.

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