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By Felix Salmon
August 28, 2010
Farnham St

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“More frequent use of swear words indicates deception” — Farnham St

Frannie acquitted of causing the financial crisis. Karl Smith has a good summary — Modeled Behavior

Auto-tune Bob Rubin! — YouTube

The patents behind Paul Allen’s suit — WSJ

Ask 6 economists what the top marginal rate of tax should be. Get 9 different answers — Time

Factbox: What ammunition does the Fed have left? — Reuters

IndyMac Grants Church a Reprieve — Shame the Banks

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