Happy Presidents' Day. I probably have 50 blog posts floating around in my head, but I thought I'd share with you some of the stuff I've been reading on line lately.
The New York Times Op Ed editor doesn't seem to like stimulants these days. A few weeks back there was an article talking about a study showing that long-term stimulants aren't helpful, and today there is a piece by a writer who finds distraction helpful.
In an important, well-reaserched article, Gretchen Morgenson flags several types of private equity fee abuses. Did the incoming New York Times editor, Dean Baquet, bury her story by running it Memorial Day weekend?
Arthur Brisbane's Public Editor's Journal — his blog — for the New York Times voices a stimulating question today that instantly became a target of media ridicule: "Should The Times Be a Truth Vigilante?" More specifically, Brisbane...
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Happiness seems to be most abundant a long way from the equator. At least according to the new World Happiness Report 2015. ||| Washington - Happiness seems to be most abundant a long way from the equator. At least according to the ...