Links for 3/12. The best stories in economics, energy, investing and other remarkable news, like seven promising energy technologies, a remarkable admission from a stock analyst, living with less, the freefall of PC’s, the professor and the bikini model, and lots more

Wearable Electronic Sensors Can Now Be Printed Directly on the Skin | MIT Technology Review

Seven Next-Generation Energy Technologies Showcased by ARPA-E | MIT Technology Review

Is John Paulson Wrong or Just Early on Gold?

Paul Krugman Bankruptcy Story False, Spreads – Business Insider

Can Geoengineering Solve Global Warming? : The New Yorker

Mummy CT scans show preindustrial hunter gatherers had clogged arteries

Stock Analyst Admission: The Worst Recommendation of My Career

Countries With Better Infrastructure – Business Insider

Smartphones Are Disrupting Mobile Search – Business Insider

Companies Should Focus On Value, Not Profit – Business Insider

How Secure Are Our Cell Phones? – Business Insider

What Will the Solar PV Market Look Like in 2016? : Greentech Media
BBC News – Facebook ‘likes’ predict personality

The Professor, the Bikini Model and the Suitcase Full of Trouble –

Living With Less. A Lot Less. –

Which Suppliers Have Capitalized on the Chinese PV Market Boom? : Greentech Media

A Few Thoughts on Cryptographic Engineering: Here come the encryption apps!

Oculus Rift at SXSW: is virtual reality the Holy Grail of gaming? | The Verge

PCs Are In Free Fall, But Windows 8 Shouldn’t Get All The Blame – ReadWrite

Want to Fix the Deficit? Get Real – Bloomberg