Happy Memorial Day Weekend to my USA-based readers! As always, here are this week's links from around the internet. I welcome your thoughts.
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Vegan no more. (Bing Wu)
If our food supply is so vulnerable, then why are crop prices declining from their highs? (Jayson Lusk)
We're seeing exactly the same stealth price hikes in our education system that we see in our grocery stores. (A.S.K.ing Questions)
This six minute TED talk will make you completely rethink your washing machine. (TED)
The muddy ethics of online book reviews. (Scott D. Southard)
We feel like our house is holding us back from living our lives. (Rethinking the Dream)
The foolish do best in a strong market. (The Aleph Blog) Bonus Post: Free money brings out the worst in people.
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