Above: Donkey Kong was released 32 years ago today.
Below: Your Morning Reads!
- Gladwell gives us The Gift of Doubt (New Yorker)
- The Economics of Eating Out (priceonomics)
- The NCAA may increase indentured servitude (Slate)
- Will we see Clinton as Eisenhower is viewed? (Economic Principals)
- A Test to Measure if you are a Rationalist, (io9)
- and on Cynics, Skeptics, Atomists and Relativists (Kenan Malik)
- The New Barbecue is sure to enrage (WSJ)
- The new science of memes, or what determines if you’ll share this page* (Quartz)
- Dark Money Group Spent on House Race, Then Told IRS It Didn’t (ProPublica)
- Why suggesting Kickstarter replace the NEA is mostly midden (Wonkblog)
- Cherokee kerfuffle uncomfy for Deal, (AJC)
- whose disclosure does allegiances reveal. (AJC)
- How Athens will compete with Oconee. (Flagpole)
- Deal sells problem salvage yard (probably to a crony). (AJC)
- Why you should have a Google alert for “Casey Cagle” (Times-Picayune)
- An imagined conversation at the job Chip Rogers finagled (Telegraph)
- Georgia’s sea turtles poised for a good year (Telegraph)
- Immigration laws don’t deliver on promise[d], fear (MDJ)
P.S. Check out my article in Creative Loafing about Warren Hill, the death penalty, and how hard it is to prove one is retarded.
Deal names panel to rule on Ellis case (AtlBizChron)
Chipper’s criticism may not be off-base (AtlBizChron)