Saturday links: primed for risk
- April 21st, 2012
The weekend is a great time to catch up on some long-form links you missed during the week. We think this should also include our new book, Abnormal Returns: Winning Strategies from the Frontlines of the Investment Blogosphere. Enjoy.
How we as investors get “primed” to take risk. (The Psy-Fi Blog)
Notes from Seth Klarman’s investment classic, Margin of Safety. (Market Folly)
Just think what the SEC if it were fully funded. (Businessweek)
The lost Steve Jobs tapes. (Fast Company)
Is this really the golden age for inventors? (NYTimes)
South Carolina as example of a US manufacturing renaissance. (WSJ)
The German economy has thrived in part due to greater flexibility. (FT)
Why people are leaving California and where they are going. (WSJ)
Checking in on the artisanal food hype in Brooklyn. (New York)
Building a better mac and cheese. (WSJ)
Are we ready for test tube meat? (FT)
Can computers replace human writers? (The Atlantic)
The coming book wars: who will come out on top? (The Atlantic)
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