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  1. It’s official: Austerity Economics Doesn’t Work — John Cassidy in the The New Yorker
  2. The Case for Drinking as Much Coffee as You LikeThe Atlantic
  3. Dear Journalists at Vice and Elsewhere, Here Are Some Simple Ways Not To Get Your Source Arrested — Forbes
  4. The 50 Greatest Hip-Hop Songs of All TimeRolling Stone
  5. How do you pack your bag for a seven-year, 22,000-mile international reporting assignment? — Nieman Journalism Lab
  6. The enduring Apple TV Fantasy — Monday Note
  7. Gertler Earns Billions as Mine Deals Fail to Enrich Congo — Bloomberg Markets Magazine
  8. The impossibility of tablet-native journalism — Felix Salmon
  9. Google’s Lost Social Network — BuzzFeed FWD
  10. Thai Tycoons Top Dealmakers With Record Spending — Bloomberg
  11. David Chase Doesn’t Care About the Russian — Slate
  12. Syria Deeply — An “independent digital media project led by journalists and technologists, exploring a new model of storytelling around a global crisis.”
  13. Retronaut — “The past is a foreign country. This is your passport.” (Via @fergle.)
  14. Video embedded above and on YouTube here: “Call Me Maybe – Harvard Economics Department.”

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