Monthly Archives: January 2014

Links on 1/22/2014

The coming Calculus MOOC Revolution and the end of math research | mathbabe. "Password" unseated by "123456" on SplashData’s annual "Worst Passwords" list. Traffic Forecast Follies | Sightline Daily. Which Side Are You On, Humans? The Machines Are Keeping Track.

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Links on 1/21/2014

For local federal prosecutors, a banner year in financial collections | Tampa Bay Times. Trucking company that moves soldiers accused of bilking government | Crime | The State. Qui Tam Update: Recent Developments & Unsealed False Claims Act Cases |

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Links on 1/20/2014

Are Anti-Discrimination Laws Working Against Millennial Women? – The Daily Beast. Sanford Heisler Adds Four New Class Representatives To $250M Gender Discrimination Class Action Suit Against Pharma Giant Merck – FiercePharma. Article: Mediator Says William Morris Guilty of Racial Discrimination

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Links on 1/09/2014

Dear middle class: Welcome to poverty – The “middle class” myth: Here’s why wages are really so low today – 50 Years After the War on Poverty, Will the Middle Class Become the New Poor? | Alternet. How

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Links on 1/08/2014

Wall Street is finally acknowledging that bogus trades are a problem… in its own way – Quartz. CIA Whistleblower John Kiriakou: Prison Broke Promise of Nine Months in Halfway House, Will Resume Letters | The Dissenter. Daily Kos: Money laundering,

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Links on 1/07/2014

Florida Hospice Provider Pays $3 Million to Resolve Alleged False Claims Act Violations | The National Law Review. Employers Won't Have To Tell Workers Their Labor Rights After All. Stirling Behavioural Science Blog : The 15 Best Behavioural Science Graphs

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What Happens to Little Startups?

What Happens to Little Startups After Everyone Forgets?.

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Data Diet: The Only Sources You Need | Wired

Time for a Data Diet: These Are the Only Sources You Need to Stay Informed | Wired Magazine |

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Links on 1/05/2014

Your Brain on Poverty: Why Poor People Seem to Make Bad Decisions – Derek Thompson – The Atlantic. Private equity has a whistleblower problem – The Term Sheet: Fortune's deals blogTerm Sheet. 18 LA Sheriff's Deputies Indicted In Sweeping Jail

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