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1. I still don’t get why banks will keep their blockchain current without something like Bitcoin attached. (NYT) 2. How to lower crime in Latin America. 3. The ISIS drone wars have begun (NYT).  And the drone wars come to the prisons, part II. 4. The ancient Greeks in China, including Xian. 5. Interview with […] The post Friday assorted links appeared first on Marginal REVOLUTION.
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