Interesting Reading

A few articles I’ve come across in the past week, or so, that I thought I’d share:

  1. 5 Myths We Need to Can About Soda TaxesLike bears to honey or zombies to brains, politicians find something irresistible about soda taxes … From the Washington Post.
  2. On Duct Tape –  Response to an ongoing conversation about Coders at Work and an article from Joel Spolsky. This response from Tim Bray. … Via Tim’s blog.
  3. Ants vs. worms – Not a new video game, though that would be sweet! Since ants are pretty good at finding and combating enemies in the natural world, a team of researchers decided to try reproducing an ant-type model on computer networks. … From H-Online.
  4. Journalists have OpinionsSeriously. If anyone things that all journalists are non-biased, they have to be crazy. As a side note, good article by John Stossel about having an opinion. … Via Reason Online.
  5. When is a Tax not a Tax?When the President wants to claim its not! President Obama campaigned on a promise not to raise taxes on Americans who earn less than $250,000 per year, yet he has endorsed policies that look a lot like taxes on those people. … Via Donald Marron’s blog

If you’re interested in more articles that I’ve shared recently, check out the Recommended Reading tab at the top.

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