1-12-2010 The Day in Review

Nerdgasm alert! iPhone Apps class to appear on iTunes. iCan’t wait!

Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg: “Privacy is no longer a social norm.” Prof. Ryan Calo: you are wrong. Julian Sanchez at Cato concurs.

Kelly O’Hara of the women’s soccer team becomes the first player to win the Hermann Trophy, collegiate soccer’s top honor.

Med school Profs. explain how to achieve your New Year’s resolutions

H1N1 Vaccines return to Stanford! Celebrate, but preferably in a self-isolated manner.

Conan to NBC: Drop Dead

At Phi Beta Cons, Robert VerBruggen argues that affirmative action doesn’t affect non-elite schools nearly as much as elite ones.

Long Form Journalism:

Nancy Franklin of the New Yorker on the spectacle that is Jersey Shore and Regina Nigro’s claim that Franklin is a snob who knows nothing about anything.

ON THIS DAY:

![Joe Namath Wins the Super Bowl](http://sportslifer.files.wordpress.com/2008/02/joe1.jpg "Joe Namath Wins the Super Bowl")
Joe Namath Wins the Super Bowl
What a day for radio! Rush Limbaugh born in 1951, Howard Stern born in 1954.

Laurence Peter, formulator of the Peter Principle (“In a hierarchy every employee tends to rise to his level of incompetence”) died in 1990

In 1969, Joe Willie Namath guarantees victory for his New York Jets and then delivers over the heavily favored Baltimore Colts.

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