Evening Reads

That’s it for me folks, as always thanks for reading and commenting. Things went a little longer than I was planning due to that monster post earlier, so I’m going call it for today. Here are some links to tide you over until Ed comes back tomorrow:

1. The WSJ is driven to hysterics over New York’s new bikeshare.

2. How to have density without tall buildings.

3. Nice aurora.

4. Krugman on Roy.

5. Ben Bernanke’s Princeton commencement address was pretty good.

6. Cool.

And why does the Earth have deserts?

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Ryan Cooper

Ryan Cooper is a national correspondent at the Week. His work has appeared in the Washington Post, the New Republic, and the Nation. He was an editor at the Washington Monthly from 2012 to 2014.