11 links

Some Thailand-related, some not.

  1. Singapore’s ‘Mentor’ Seeks a Sturdy U.S.Wall Street Journal
  2. The miracle of iodine: How 10 cents and some table salt can raise IQs in the developing world — GlobalPost
  3. Thailand Caught on the Thaksin ReboundWall Street Journal
  4. Does journalism work? —
  5. Peruvian Chefs Add Flavor to Quito, EcuadorNew York Times
  6. What’s the Single Best Exercise?New York Times Magazine
  7. Is Sitting a Lethal Activity?New York Times Magazine
  8. Mobile Journalism Reporting Tools Guide — Reynolds Journalism Institute
  9. How to Get a Real Education — Scott Adams in the Wall Street Journal
  10. Just for fun: What American English sounds like to non-English speakers — YouTube video: “Prisecolinensinenciousol, a parody by Adriano Celentano for the Italian TV programme Mileluci…”
  11. Video above: “Ueli Steck speed solo Eiger record,” on YouTube. (Via Kottke.)

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