One of my favorite bloggers, behavioral economist Tyler Cowen, gets profiled (probably much to his chagrin) in the Washington Post.
John Gruber with Apple-Verizon Political Calculus, 2010 Edition.
Facebook privacy: A bewildering tangle of options.
The Chronicle’s Melvin Konner on how childhood has evolved.
Law and Order: the doink doink sound.
Bill Watterson’s letter announcing that he would be stopping Calvin and Hobbes.
Your friend, Conan (O’Brien).
Adobe, you brought an advertisement to a gun fight.
Finally, the 50 greatest hip-hop samples of all time. Even if you’re not a hip-hop fan (and I’m not), this is fascinating.
Have a good weekend, everyone.
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