Things are still very exciting around the Farm. Here are a few updates from this past week:
- Stanford professor Enrique Chagoya has protesters up in arms about his depiction of Jesus Christ. Since then, a woman has destroyed the piece
- VentureBeat reports on a study by the GSB has determined that foul language is a sign of deception in business
- Professor Hayagreeva Rao wrote a column for the Harvard Business Review about how 17th-century pirates assigned jobs. The business world has clearly become pretty cutthroat
- Professor James Sweeney is quoted for thoughts on Prop. 23 in The Snitch
- Chris Chafe, a composer up at CCRMA, is collaborating with Greg Niemayer from Cal to generate sounds from smog readings. I hear that the music might be all the rage at upcoming parties for some dirty dancing
- John Brothers has a blog post on the Stanford Social Innovation Review about the need for non-profit leaders to be the “Superman” to rescue the public education system.