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Recap: My ambivalence on Elizabeth Warren's interim appointment; the Senate's time-crunch; and the anonymous hedge fund manager's blue-sky growth plan.

Elsewhere:

1) America will spend $1 billion on political advertising in 2010; $40 billion on weight-loss products.

2) PowerPoint isn't evil.

3) How much of Fenty's problem was rudeness and how much was policy changes that established interest groups didn't like?

4) A history of Gillette.

Recipe of the day: Roasted radish and potato with black mustard and cumin seed.

By Ezra Klein  |  September 16, 2010; 6:44 PM ET
 
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I don't know how it is amongst other academic disciplines, but in Economics, everyone uses LaTeX/Beamer. Using Word or PowerPoint is a big no no.

Posted by: Nylund154 | September 16, 2010 11:37 PM | Report abuse

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