2. Disagreement on the bellicosity of stateless societies (Larry Arnhart)
3. Velvet glove, iron fist, or: How government force works. (Bryan Caplan)
4. The "forced rider problem" and disutility from "public goods" (Eric Crampton). Useful concept!
5. The view that TV shapes people's thinking by not mentioning aspects of topics (Steve Sailer/NOTA)
6. Why people dislike photos of themselves: Mirrors meet the mere exposure effect (Robert T. Gonzales). But don't miss the link in the last paragraph.
7. 26 great words from the OED (Carolyn Kellogg/Ammon Shea)
8. Differences in preferences for competitiveness as an explanation of the male-female wage gap (John List and Uri Gneezy)
9. "This must be the strangest publicity still ever taken." (Sherbrooke)
10. Three by Tim Harford: Why pro-free-market arguments don't work well for finance; banks are relying less on leverage; how to use e-mail efficiently at work.
12. People respond to incentives, giving to the poor edition (Eric Crampton/Jillian Keenan)
13. Feelings of extreme bliss produced by targeted brain stimulation (Christian Jarrett/Fabienne Picard, Didier Scavarda, and Fabrice Bartolomei). Gimme, gimme, gimme!
14. Why wages don't fall during recessions (Bryan Caplan/Truman Bewley)
15. How to make voters better informed (Bryan Caplan)
16. Another bonkers graphic presented by Kaiser Fung.