Friday, October 10, 2014

Highly Linkable

Where was this kinda stuff when I was hacking my way through school NOT understanding things?

I've been saying this for a while now. As Sheldon Cooper might say, "Feel free to not follow this advice IF you want really expensive urine."

Caplan makes the case for open borders in Vox.

Steven Landsburg offers a little perspective on what economics has to offer humanity.

It is looking a little steep, but I still have over three years for my prediction to be true that 50% of the major, regional newspapers in America will not still be printing by the end of 2018. Megan McArdle gives me some hope. It takes just a few large preprint, insert advertisers to pull the plug on what is left of newspapers. Those who decry it fail to understand the blessings of what Schumpeter called creative destruction.

Well, of course, we need a government panel whose job it is to thwart the creation, expansion, or improvement of hospitals.

Bryan Caplan offers what every high school junior needs to consider about going to college.