Wednesday assorted links

1. The lice culture that is Dutch (America).  Is this representative?

2. A thread on the new Chetty result.

3. Francis Bator was killed by a car with a human driver (NYT obituary).

4. How to stay healthy on a plane?

5. A useful Cambridge Analytica/Facebook story.  Here is the most analytical paragraph: “At its core, according to a former Facebook executive, the problem is really an existential one. The company is very good at dealing with things that happen frequently and have very low stakes. When mistakes happen, they move on. According to the executive, the philosophy of the company has long been “We’re trying to do good things. We’ll make mistakes. But people are good and the world is forgiving.””  And Clickhole on Facebook.

6. 83 days at the Ritz.


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