By Felix Salmon
July 9, 2010

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George Soros on the crisis and the euro — NYRB

Dan Ariely on how people are like wine: describing them is not a very good way of telling whether you’ll like them — Big Think

Who’s pawning $14 billion of gold to the BIS? — Alphaville

Texas Tribune + NYT = NYT Texas edition? Seems like a good idea to me — CJR

David Merkel sets out his own shingle — Aleph

John Paulson’s painful June — Bloomberg

Matt Yglesias is no fan of the distinction between goods and services — Yglesias

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The Arbitrariness of Manufacturing …see Yglesias above.

What Warren and Brian had to say in comments was much more relevant, interesting and truthful then the dumb article.

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