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Wednesday, September 5, 2007

Today's Links (Wednesday, 9-5-07): Rankings

- Newest rankings from The Economist such as the Global Peace Index and the Business Environment Ranking, among others.

- How much cash should you carry in your wallet, via Marginal Revolution.

- Be responsible and live at home after college.

- 5 stocks to love in "troubled times" according to Kiplinger. Tip: do your research before doing anything.

- Yet another issue raised by globalization.

- For Jack Kerouac or Beatles fans, some interactive essays and photo journals from Slate.

- An internet bill of rights, via Scobleizer.

- What was the best book of the summer?

Thanks, as always, for reading.

2 comments:

Becca said...

According to The Economist, we should all move to Denmark! Well, that is if we like peace and business potential.

I'm also intrigued by the Marginal Revolution post about how much money to carry and their related tennis ball problem. There's got to be a high school statistics/economics project in there somewhere!

College Knowledge said...

I think the top 10 or so are generally the same... the rankings, at least, are that close!

As for the MR post, well, they're always coming up with crazy stuff. It's odd, though, because the other day I was thinking about how little cash I usually carry in my wallet.