Short reads, March 2022Interesting articles from around the internet, March edition
I've been meaning to blog about a few things, and not quite had time. Events in Ukraine are tremendously depressing, and I don't have much useful to say. I hope you find one or more of these interesting:
- Announcing the White Hat Cyber Forecasting Tournament by R Street, and Metaculus's tournament page. The user interface takes a bit of getting used to, but there's ongoing predictions that prediction markets will be helpful in security, and I love a good experiment.
- COVID Won’t End Up Like the Flu. It Will Be Like Smoking. (Self-explanatory title, at the Atlantic)
- Nick Merrill on economic motives for crypto: "They pay two-thirds of their income to their landlord. Why not try minting their music as NFTs?"
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