Counterparties

By Felix Salmon
March 8, 2011
WSJ

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Measuring teacher performance is really hard. But who cares about getting tenure if you’re thinking of leaving anyway? — NYT

With Sir Michael Gambon, as Blenheim Palace, and a brief but scene-stealing turn from Dame Judi Dench, as a wingback chair with cabriole legs — TNY

Kinsley on movie math — LAT, see also me in 2008

Open City, Closed: Acclaimed Literary Journal Says Goodbye — NYO

The TechCrunch experience with Facebook Comments — TC

The best part of Newsweek’s interview with Larry Summers is the photo caption — Newsweek

SCOTUS eliminates a FOIA exemption — HuffPo

Emily Badger’s great article on Slugging, the People’s Transit in DC — Miller-McCune

Since when does the WSJ consider a 4-digit sum a “Big Payday”? When it’s “for Some Hill Staffers” of course — WSJ

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