Tuesday assorted non-links and links

1. Cocoman’s Law?: “The more important is an investigation of applied synthetic knowledge, the less useful literature there will be.”

2. E. Glen Weyl summary of RadicalxChange as an intellectual and political program.

3. How to hypothetically hack your school’s surveillance of you.

4. Ledwich and Zaitsev respond on YouTube radicalization.

5. New French board game on wealth gap is a big hit.

6. The value of air filters in classrooms, to limit air pollution.

7. Gertrude Himmelfarb has passed away.


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