Sunday assorted links

1. An estimate of SB 50 impacts.

2. Why books don’t work, and why lectures don’t work.  Recommended.

3. China is cracking down on Hayekian economists.

4. Danielle Steel’s productivity advice: she averages seven books a year.  And she had nine children.

5. “Chinese consumers for the first time last year bought more Cadillacs than Americans did, helping drive profits at General Motors. And though the designs for those Cadillacs may have been drafted in Detroit, nearly all of the luxury automobiles were assembled in China by some of GM’s nearly 60,000 local workers.”  Link here.

6. Puffin picture.

7. “Really though who doesn’t want to watch the Air New Zealand safety video?


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