Saturday, May 8, 2010

5.08.2010 “When the facts change, I change my mind. What do you do, sir?”

Why software patents and business method patents are a problem for the innovation economy. A VC.

Why anti-sweatshop campaigns might just do it after all. Tim Hartford, the FT.

The Internet has changed forever, and no one seems to have noticed. Crooked Timber.

Lovin’ Spoonful. PIMCO's investment outlook.

Why Do Harvard Kids Head to Wall Street? Baseline Scenario.

The “real” causes of China’s trade surplus. VoxEU. The Chinese Surplus has more to do with the funding of private Chinese business through retained earnings rather than bank or equity financing. An interesting reply to the Krugman Hypothesis.

The Ultimate Productivity Blog

Startup Lessons Learned.

Running the “Agile” Board.

The real reason Steve Jobs hates Flash. A great meditation on where computing will be in 5 years.

The Perfect Roast Chicken. Yum.

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