By Felix Salmon
November 9, 2010

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The Oracle/HP feud turns utterly farcical — Reuters

Three great writers take on Facebook: First Aaron Sorkin, then Zadie Smith, now Alexis Madrigal

Action on Social Security: The Urgent Need for Delay — CEPR

Greek FinMin stresses that Greece is “not Ireland” — MNI

America‚Äôs biggest retailer regularly calls itself both Walmart and Wal-Mart in the space of the same press release — Economist

Blogging underground secrets into the light — CNet

“Mentioning gold is a good way to get attention, at the cost of having your substantive points ignored” — Economist

One extra text-entry field was costing Expedia $12m a year, until they removed it — Silicon

Very excited to read Khoi’s book, and I’m not even a web designer — Subtraction

Nicaragua Accidentally Invades Costa Rica, Blames Google Maps — TechDirt

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An interesting link you might find informative (and a site you mentioned that you liked going to).
Basically information on where we spend money in cities, etc.
I know you like information sites like this so thought you would enjoy!

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