Wednesday assorted links

1. Chess with tractors and harvesters.  And chess as data for psychological research.

2. A contrarian view on Chinese infrastructure investment as leading to excess fragility.

3. Joshua Mitchell tries to produce a smarter version of Trump’s ideas.  And Peter Thiel on why to support Donald Trump.  Not my views, but always happy to present smart people who think otherwise and engage with the core issues.

4. Peer review by algorithm?

5. Biblioburros, and other unusual libraries.

6. How many Obamacare enrollees are getting subsidies?

7. How to restructure government transparency, and here is Matt’s underlying piece Against Transparency.


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