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Here's what the USA's new GMO labeling bill means for consumers. (Food Politics)
Should we be worrying about the "restaurant recession"? (Washington Post)
Berkeley, CA believes their recently-passed soda tax is producing results. (LA Times)
58 different names for sugar! (100 Days of Real Food)
An important (and usually overlooked) factor in changing yourself. (Zen Habits)
Why understanding survivor bias is incredibly important in investing. (StockCharts)
Related, sort of: Survivor bias is also critical in understanding consumer choice. (Casual Kitchen)
Intriguing list of the 100 greatest films of the Twenty-first century. (BBC) Note: Laura and I finally finished working through the AFI’s top 100 movies of the 20th century a few years ago. It was well worth it!
Use your knowledge of history to make better decisions about the future, not to be a contestant on Jeopardy. (Tony Isola)
Book Recommendation: Peak: Secrets from the New Science of Expertise by Anders Ericksson and Robert Pool. An excellent, useful and practical book on the concept of deliberate, purposeful practice… and how to use it to improve significantly in any life domain. Helpful, insightful and highly recommended.
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