Recommended links:

I fell behind on my RSS feeds while in San Diego, which, as regular readers can well imagine, is a potentially overwhelming problem. I’m all caught up and thought I’d share some not-abstracts that caught my eye:

Technology may help James Bond but it’s actually hurting real spies.

Corporate espionage is easy. And if you’re good at it you can win an iPad.

If either of those two links interest you, you should check out Bruce Schneier‘s book Beyond Fear.

New New Yorker piece by the best medical writer out there, Atul Gawande.

My favorite book by Atul Gawande is here.

Vaughan Bell does this every week. If you’re not checking it out, you’re stupid.

The book featured in Vaughan’s blog is here.

What sense can we make of all this talk about the state of women and marriage?

Lori Gottlieb’s book is here.

“Money is like gasoline during a road trip. You don’t want to run out of gas on your trip, but you’re not doing a tour of gas stations. You have to pay attention to money, but it shouldn’t be about the money.” — Tim O’Reilly

Ben’s book is here.

No Barker jokes, please.

This was sent to me by a reader that I can’t hat tip because Twitter has a short memory. Apologies.

The book about the Price is Right ordeal is here.

How to Think, Say, or Do Precisely the Worst Thing for Any Occasion

Wegner’s book is here.

Digests of posts:

Things you didn’t know about sex

How to quickly and easily improve your life

Things you didn’t know about sports

Things you didn’t know about happiness

Things you didn’t know about lies, liars and detecting lies

Things you didn’t know about negotiation, persuasion and influence

Things you didn’t know about marriage and relationships

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