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Not following @farnamstreet on Twitter? See what you missed

If you’re not following me on twitter, here is a sample of the great stuff you might have missed:

—New Michael Lewis Article in Vanity Fair on Daniel Kahneman: The King of Human Error
—Cognitive Biases in Times of Uncertainty
—Chart: One Year of Prison Costs More Than One Year at Princeton
—Why IQ fluctuates throughout your life
—Why Do People Eat Too Much? We supersize meals to make up for a lack of social status
—The Perceptionist – Interesting @NewYorker article from 1997 on how Steve Jobs took back Apple.
—Malcolm Gladwell on Steve Jobs in @NewYorker The Tweaker
—Can you spot a bubble? The Extraordinary Popular Delusion of Bubble Spotting
—The spray-paint can has eminently practical origins.
Pulling bad science apart is the best teaching gimmick I know for explaining how good science works

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