Sunday, November 11, 2007

Good reading in the Times today

Several of good articles in the NYTimes today

The money in NCAA football and an estimate of what players could make based on the revenue streams they create. (Article is by Michael Lewis, also author of excellent book Moneyball on how to evaluate underpaid/overpaid professional baseball players to help get most bang for your buck on the roster).

I don't normally get into politics, but it's sad how far we've come that congress is probably going to approve an Attorney General that won't state that waterboarding is torture. This is a criticism of the democrats for letting it slide.

And driverless cars might be nearer than you think due to powerful GPS and improving artificial intelligence.

And did you hear about this? Saudi King Abdullah visits the pope at the Vatican.

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