Jeevan Arogya, Technology Caves and Getting Fooled by Fluency

I’ll start with this amazing Infographic from Trulia which shows the US cities that are popular among foreigners for home – buying. The data is based on search queries, and not strictly home buying but still makes for interesting reading. New York, San Francisco and Chicago are the top 3 cities for Indian Trulia users.

Next up, Technology Caves from the Dilbert Blog. Scott Adams, the creator of Dilbert has these amazing posts where he discusses ideas (mostly impractical) that really stimulate the brain, and are fun to read. Technology caves describe houses of the future.

Fooled by Fluency at the Psy Fi Blog talks about a simple yet powerful concept – the ease of processing information distorts judgement. Great post!

This news is a little old, but Dhirendra Kumar offers good perspective on salary earners less than Rs. 5 lacs not needing to pay any taxes.

TFL has an excellent post covering all aspects of LIC Jeevan Arogya policy. If you were looking for information on this product then this post is really very comprehensive, and well worth your time.

That’s it for this week, enjoy your weekend!

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