Friday Links

I had a computer crash yesterday and lost most of the links I was saving to share with you this week. Instead of making an effort to re-create what I had, here are a few I’ve run across since the crash. Help me out by sharing some links with us in the comments.

The Mises Institute Blog points out a modern take on “I, Pencil.”

As a big fan of economic freedom (and liberty in general), I like seeing data/maps that help to quantify attributes of a free society. Here’s some maps about freedom of the press.

One study found “You’re the most creative when you’re at your groggiest.” Here’s the punchline, “Here’s the headline result: the students were much more successful at solving the insight problems when the time of testing coincided with their least optimal time of functioning.”

Have a great weekend!

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