By Felix Salmon
September 21, 2009

A profile of Paul Holdengräber, bouncy polymath — Times

Alphaville vs Wells Fargo! — FT

Surowiecki on rationalizing the student-loan system — TNY

Regulatory overhaul: learning from bacteria — New Scientist

Anderson Valley Pinot: “The more ambitious the pricing…the more likely the glop” — SF Gate

Bloomberg users get live feed of The New York Times, including blogs — PR Newswire

Intuit pwns Mint: The next generation bends over — 37signals

How well do you eyeball things? (I got 3.5) — Woodgears

Sheldon Adelson talks like a pirate — Time

Dave Hickey is the greatest living American — Little Known Facts

Liaquat Ahamed on “The Future of Global Finance” — NYT

Atul Gawande as interim Massachusetts senator? A great idea! — Think Progress

Alphaville vs Wells Fargo! — FT

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2.07 on the eyeballing. It’s actually made a lot easier on a LCD screen since you can judge the slope of some of the lines by how aliased they are.

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