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"How the sun works? I just didn't care." - Ed Glaeser

Watch Apollo 17 in real time: This website contains a ton of footage and photos from the Apollo missions. It so cool. Here's an iframe of it:

If I were a Springer-Verlag Graduate Text in Mathematics, I would be J.-P. Serre's A Course in Arithmetic.

Jean-Pierre Serre is Professor at the College de France. He has written a number of books, including "Algebraic Groups and Class Fields", "Local Fields", "Complex Semisimple Lie Algebras", "Linear Representations of Finite Groups", Collected Papers (3 volumes), and "Trees" published by Springer-Verlag.

Which Springer GTM would you be? The Springer GTM Test

Just to be clear: I have no idea what's going on in this textbook

The people want Teen Journal of Political economy

US Navy Dating Training Film 1967: How To Succeed with Brunettes (Thanks government) National archives catalog link

I have collected some helpful links for those who are interested in pursuing a PhD in economics so here they are

Sorry for the formatting I'll get to it later...

This person talks about her journey to Econ PhD. I'd start here.
https://www.aeaweb.org/content/file?id=631 This PDF from the AEA has an interview about the admissions.
https://www.aeaweb.org/resources/students/grad-prep/considerations AEA (American economics association) site for general information.
Williams has a bunch of great links here.
The resource page from UCSD looks not bad
Harvard's page with opportunities for econ people What classes to take
https://medium.com/the-renaissance-economist/the-economics-pre-doctoral-fellowship-what-is-it-and-should-you-apply-for-one-27965bcf7c3 Information about pre doctoral programs.
https://predoc.org/ more predoc info
https://medium.com/the-renaissance-economist/the-barriers-to-entry-to-the-economics-profession-afb9268014cd Barries to entry in econ
And if you're interested in what they teach in grad microeconomics, here are some course notes from UCL https://www.ucl.ac.uk/~uctp100/g021/g021lect.pdf
and Stanford https://web.stanford.edu/~jdlevin/Econ%20202/
Advice on RA interviews

Gay Penguins in Berlin

This is where I keep a bunch of html code to experiment with

And also so that if I forget how to do something, I can come to this page and check and then copy paste the html back

I love how you can just embed other websites in your own website via iframes in html:

Click and drag on the map below and play around if you're bored

Here are some more weather goodies

Live Satellite images

for a hyperlink, anything that goes between the two a's is used for the link, including :(

Mouseover this

Remember: HTML goes all the way to h6

So I want to write
a couple of

This is a paragraph.

A reminder that stuff like only works within paragraph things and mark and del and underline

In fact, those are called span elements that work within a line. like this