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By Felix Salmon
February 14, 2011
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Nathan Myhrvold’s 30-course tasting menu — WSJ

About 6.2% of potential female births are aborted in India because ultrasound reveals the sex. That’s 480,000/year — Bristol University [PDF]

These are the worst charts the NYT has published in, like, ever — NYT

Me, on Reliable Sources, talking HuffPo — CNN

Nate Silver on The Economics of Blogging and The Huffington Post — 538

David Segal’s fantastic Google/SEO story — NYT

Londoners are insisting on secure bike parking, lockers and showers before agreeing to switch employers — Standard

Hosni Mubarak used last 18 days in power to secure his fortune — Telegraph

What happened with LCD Soundsystem tickets? LCD Soundsystem, AVClub

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You might find this analysis of the LCD Soundsystem incident interesting: http://lefsetz.com/wordpress/index.php/a rchives/2011/02/12/lcd-soundsystem-fiasc o/

It’s right up your alley due to its focus on markets.

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