13 Links

Some Thailand-related, some not:

  1. Japan’s Role in Making Batteries for BoeingThe New York Times
  2. Why I Might Ditch My IPhone for an Android — BloombergBusinessweek
  3. Thailand to Avoid Currency War as Ghost of 1997 Crisis Looms — Bloomberg
  4. A Huge Pile of Gorgeous Old Thai Movie Posters — Asia Obscura (Via @wharman)
  5. A very different kind of TV dinner — CNNMoney/Fortune
  6. Two Decades On, Vusi Mahlasela Still Sings ‘To The People’ — NPR
  7. Glutton Abroad: Bangkok in NY — Bangkok Glutton
  8. Who ‘Owns’ Street Food?The Wall Street Journal/Scene Asia
  9. Bones of Contention: A Florida man’s curious trade in Mongolian dinosaursThe New Yorker
  10. With Tax Advantages Looking Shaky, Private Equity Seeks a New PathThe New York Times/DealBook
  11. C.W. Anderson: How journalists’ self-concepts hindered their adaptation to a digital world — Nieman Journalism Lab
  12. Will Gutenberg laugh last? — Rough Type
  13. Video embedded above and on YouTube here: “Animaniacs – Yakko’s World.”

(Previous link round-ups are available via the links tag.)

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