Wednesday assorted links

1. South Korean child subsidy of $740 a month.

2. “Preliminary results from phase one of the study demonstrate that the mobility services substantially increased the share of families who chose to move to higher-opportunities. Fifty-four percent of families who received the mobility services chose to move to high-opportunity areas, compared to 14 percent of families who received standard services in the control group (a 286 percent increase).”  Link here.

3. The Reddit thread (chess, St. Louis).

4. Sheep are the solar industry’s lawn mower of choice (WSJ).

5. On Stable Diffusion.


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