Tuesday assorted links

1. What Vietnam has been like.  And the Katya Simon recommendations.

2. Leopold Aschenbrenner is now blogging.

3. Don Boudreaux on “Tyler vs. Tyler.”  (Usually a rich topic, I might add.)  In my view, the mobility data and cross-comparative data show that most of the real resource costs have come from fear and risk avoidance, not from lockdowns per se.  See this work, or visit your local movie theatre.

4. All the good writing about Substack.

5. Hong Kong moral hazard.

6. AI to sum up research papers in a sentence.

7. John Lott update.

8. Further MMR/Covid results.


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