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No. 376: The mahatma, the pharmacist, and life in the home of the economically influential immigrant

  Middle class: It’s the third day of the week – fourth if you’re a Quaker – and whether you dig “Woden” or “Odin,” welcome to Wednesday, dear readers, and the midpoint of another exciting run of socioeconomic innovation. It’s Jan. 30 out there, and before we dive in, welcome new newsletter subscribers Hannah, Jessica, Kenneth, Liu, Vivian, Tom, Edmon, Micki, Scott, Deanette, Justin and Raj. Goodness, they’re piling up fast these days! Enjoy the…


No. 367: Cashing out the thruway, powering up Yaphank and putting the heart in your winter solstice

It’s a wonderful weekend: You’ve done it, dear reader – you’ve completed the week and, for all intents and purposes, the year. Welcome to the Friday of the last full work week of 2018, the start (for many) of a long and festive holiday weekend and the end of a blistering year of socioeconomic innovation. Yule thank us later: Also known as Yule, The Longest Night and Midwinter (which seems odd to us, considering it’s…


No: 352: Patented Jackson, an opioid offensive and a photon finish for hackers (plus candy and pie for all!)

Makes cents: Welcome to Friday, dear readers, and the end of another busy workweek on Long Island and around the world. As Friday is a common payday for many workers, let’s have a round of applause for President Harry Truman, who on this date in 1949 raised the U.S. minimum wage to 75 cents per hour. See? Your paycheck looks better already. Make a day of it: It’s Oct. 26 out there, and to our…