Links for July 8th from 09:39 to 09:40:
- Lexington: The underworked American | The Economist – "American children also have one of the shortest school days, six-and-a-half hours, adding up to 32 hours a week. By contrast, the school week is 37 hours in Luxembourg, 44 in Belgium, 53 in Denmark and 60 in Sweden. On top of that, American children do only about an hour’s-worth of homework a day, a figure that stuns the Japanese and Chinese."
- You Aren't Good Enough – Why you should contribute to open source software.