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Felix Salmon

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By Felix Salmon
February 2, 2010

Why single women eat salad — Guardian

Investment banking turns gay — Hedgeco

Have psychologists overcome the Monty Hall Problem? — NYT

Global Policy, which could be a very good magazine, has the most user-unfriendly, lousy-with-flash website I’ve seen in a very long time — GP

“It’s easier to read this when I imagine the steam pouring out of Ryan Avent’s ears as he reads it” — Rortybomb

After selling for $6,350, A Tool to Deceive and Slaughter is now back on sale with a minimum bid of $6,858 — eBay

10-year venture returns look ugly — Azeem

Martin Wolf in a codpiece — FT

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Well, that’s the first time I’ve ever seen a Jewish guy in medieval attire.

I’ll never re-read “Fixing Global Finance” the same way again.

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GP’s page might be a bit empty but it contains no Flash.

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