Some Monday Links

Ulysses at 100: why Joyce was so obsessed with the perfect blue cover (The Conversation)

“Context is that which is scarce” (Marginal Revolution)

I had sensed this in training modules, but couldn’t quite put my finger on it. A good instructor, apart from presentation skills, should also provide just the right amount (sic) of context.

America’s Long War on Cancer: What Was It Good For? (Bloomberg)

Some tidbits of context for things Vishnu wrote about here.

The Price of Nails since 1695: A Window into Economic Change (Journal of Economic Perspectives)

Yes, Let’s Call ‘Beijing’ Peking (National Review)

Nightcap (again)

(Ooops, lol. I hope all of NOL‘s American readers had a good Memorial Day, and that everybody else had a good Monday. The Glasner piece is an excellent discussion of the Austrian School of Economics.)

  1. An Austrian (School) tragedy David Glasner, Uneasy Money

Nightcap

  1. An Austrian (School) tragedy David Glasner, Uneasy Money