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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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  1. You Too Can Be Nate Silver — Bloomberg Businessweek
  2. One Running Shoe in the Grave: New Studies on Older Endurance Athletes Suggest the Fittest Reap Few Health Benefits — The Wall Street Journal
  3. The Bookstore Strikes Back — Ann Patchett, in The Atlantic, on Parnassus Books
  4. 100 Notable Books of 2012The New York Times
  5. Post Industrial Journalism: Adapting to the Present — Tow Center for Digital Journalism
  6. Hot Gift Is a Tablet, but Which to Buy?The New York Times
  7. Stories From EDGAR: Mining SEC Filings for a Scoop — CoveringBusiness
  8. Myanmar: Gold Mine or Sink Hole?The Wall Street Journal
  9. 36 Hours in Kolkata, IndiaThe New York Times
  10. Video embedded above and on Youtube here: “Why is it Dark at Night?”

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  1. Obama to Visit Myanmar as Part of First Postelection Overseas Trip to AsiaNew York Times
  2. Laos Dam Kicks Off Controversial Mekong PlansWall Street Journal
  3. Pardoned Thai-American speaks to the press on lese majeste — Bangkok Pundit
  4. Thai-American ‘wins election’Bangkok Post on Tammy Duckworth
  5. International reporting in the age of participatory media (PDF) — Ethan Zuckerman, Dædalus, Spring 2010
  6. High Ambition and Visions of Andean Haute CuisineNew York Times
  7. On the Implausibility of the Death Star’s Trash Compactor — McSweeneys.net
  8. Image above: Bloomberg Businessweek Nov. 12-18 cover. Special report: “The Next Four Years.”

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Some Thailand-related, some not:

  1. The Worst Marriage in GeorgetownThe New York Times Magazine
  2. Clinton Visit Puts Spotlight on South China SeaThe Wall Street Journal
  3. Asean Reaps Rewards As Clinton Counters China — Bloomberg
  4. Wary Neighbors Turn Into Partners in a Quickly Developing Southeast AsiaThe New York Times
  5. Transfer of Value — Monday Note
  6. Englands of the Mind: The sound. The fury. The mediocrity. — Grantland
  7. A Bit of Rural Thailand Amid Bustling BangkokThe New York Times
  8. We’re getting wildly differing assessments — SCOTUSblog
  9. The Kingpins: The fight for GuadalajaraThe New Yorker
  10. Video embedded above and on Vimeo here: “The Higgs Boson Explained” (Via A).

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Some Thailand-related, some not:

  1. Special Report: Plight of Muslim minority threatens Myanmar Spring — Reuters
  2. Thai Youth Seek a Fortune Away From the FarmThe New York Times
  3. India’s Historic Outreach to MyanmarThe Atlantic/Asia Society
  4. Michio Kaku: The Cheapest Way to Terraform Mars — The Big Think/YouTube
  5. Moderation as the Sweet Spot for ExerciseThe New York Times/Well blog
  6. Thai Parliament Puts Off Two Sensitive DebatesThe Wall Street Journal
  7. Why We Don’t Believe in ScienceThe New Yorker
  8. South Carolina’s Pension Push Into High-Octane InvestmentsThe New York Times
  9. Robert Carlock walks us through highlights from 30 Rock’s six seasons so far — The A.V. Club
  10. The 22 rules of storytelling, according to PixarEmma Coats/io9
  11. Expatriates Find an Affordable Welcome in EcuadorThe New York Times
  12. 14 Must-Know Tips & Tricks for Mac OS X — OSXDaily
  13. Part of this world, part of another — Letters of Note: Gene Wilder on his “Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory” entrance.
  14. Video embedded above and on YouTube here: “Un enfant de 5 ans remplaçant au foot.”

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