The Link #221: [Extremes]
November 10, 2019

30 years later, the people who brought down the Berlin Wall.

As an appreciator of good slides: earnings report from Softbank.

Rich guys: Jim Simons led the quant trading revolution at Renaissance and the Medallion Fund, and Ed Evans helped acquire the basketball team out from Seattle.

Incentives affect behavior, college rankings edition.

The rise of bubble tea in America.

In China, there’s a bubble in glass bridges.

This week in data visualization: how we laugh online. Plus, some math to illuminate how you should feel about daylight savings time.

The 10 Commandments of Workism.

How to draw a horse — it’s more than you’d think.

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