Weekly Web Gems

The Successful Prevention of a State . . . An interesting reason on why you’ve probably never heard of a place called Zomia, though it’s bigger than the U.S.

Jumping in on Equities . . . Mark Matson gets us focused again on the fundamentals.

Thank you, fatfinger . . . Find great deals on ebay by looking for misspelled items. Call it exploiting an inefficiency in the market.

Why you should be a good skeptic . .  . Ronald Bailey explains how facthood is not a perfect science, and why half the facts you know are probably wrong. The hard question, of course, is which half?

How you should be a good critic . . . Kevin DeYoung explains the how and why of good criticism.

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