CK Links--Friday January 23, 2015

Links from around the internet. As always, I welcome your thoughts.

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Why I quit being a vegan. By the author of the excellent cookbook Almost Meatless. (The Kitchn)

Related: Here's CK's review of Almost Meatless. Conclusion? I loved it.

Can haggis solve obesity? A humorous, helpful exercise in logic fallacies. (The Mirror, via Addicted to Canning)

Mark Bittman on the "state of food." Interesting to see Bittman anoint himself qualified to comment on economics now too. (New York Times)

What happened when the police and CPS investigated a family for letting their kids walk one mile home, alone? (Slate)

If you want to outsmart people who are smarter than you, temperament and life-long learning are far more important than IQ. (Farnam Street)

Optimistic time vs. Honest time. (Seth's Blog)

The difference between exposure and risk and why it matters. (Behavior Gap)

Useful stuff here: How to make impossible and emotionally charged conversations work. (Barking Up the Wrong Tree, via 50by25)

The subtle art of not giving a f*ck. (Mark Manson) Trigger warning: This article, duh, contains the F-word.

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