Things to read while wondering whether the fact that Britney Spears albums and concert tickets are actually selling is a sign that the economy isn’t as dire as we thought it was:
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Special Treat Alert! John Dewan shares an excerpt from The Fielding Bible — Volume II, this one on Chase Utley and why he’s so good.
Brian Borawski’s business report includes, among other things, an update on the A’s Fremont failure. Next up for them: they’re going to move even further south and become the Gilroy Garlics.
Over at Fantasy Focus, Marco Fujimoto talks about the endowment effect on fantasy trade proposals. I remember learning something about this in an economics class once. Indeed, I think anything I’ve ever retained about psychology I learned in econ rather than psychology, and I’m pretty sure I’m not alone in this. I wonder if that dynamic ever enters into budget battles in university social sciences department.
Finally, Derek Carty looks at road park factors. I wonder if these factors control for the night life immediately surrounding the visitors’ hotel.
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