Herd thinking meet herd immunity– Aimee Whitcroft at Misc-ience has a great cartoon which illustrates the benefits of herd immunity and dangers of herd thinking.
A daughter’s wedding – Look Up At The Sky shares the joy and love.
Eighties reforms recalled – Lindsay Mitchell shows that many of the “failed” polices of the 80s not only succeeded but are still serving us well.
Random numbers – Keeping Stock counting what counts.
Ode to property law – Skeptic Lawyer proves property is power.
Spending cuts don’t take money out of the economy – Liberty Scott makes economics simple.
Story in two sentences – Will Type for Food has sport with spooner.
It was 20 years ago this way – Not PC on red tape tangles. Also there is Icarus – Gabriel Picart – Not PC on fine art and fine words with a reminder about inspirational posters at Inspirationz.
How fast to shake to get dry – Science Answers – Aimee Whitcroft at Sciblogs on optimal oscillation needed by a hairy beastie shaking itself dry.
They picked on the wrong people – Credo Quia Absurdum Est on corporate rowing gone wrong.
And (Hat Tip Credo Quia Absurdum Est) – the BBC sums up human achievement in 60 seconds:
Productivity and wages – Antidismal follows up his earlier post – Econ 101 and the minimum wage.
The average worker should not be paying even 33% – Kiwiblog on tax creep
A Little Bit of Fun – how to Mathematically park your car. Aimee Whitcroft at Sciblogs on how much space you need to parallel park.
Why the public should not be so worried about asset sales – John Carran at the Rates Blog.
Economic weather report – 24.2% of NZ born graduates live overseas – highest in OECD – Bernard Hickey at Rates Blog.
Comic game theory and living arrangements – the Visible Hand shows sharing a house doesn’t mean sharing standards.
Inadequate – Kismet farm finds bra manufacturers have boobed.
You should see the pot selection – Something Should Go Here finds something unexpected at the supermarket.