From Wired, tech is too cheap to meter: Chris Anderson on why it's time to manage for abundance, not scarcity; and here are genius strategies for defanging the Web’s harshest critics. Anne Applebaum on a close reading of Sarah Palin's Facebook message to the nation. In order to remain as predictable as possible, Wonkette’s writers have decided they really don’t like Rep. Michele Bachmann. Did the toppling of Saddam Hussein lead to recent events in Iran? Death of the Whiz Kid: Fred Kaplan on Robert McNamara. An interview with Henry Kissinger: "Obama is like a chess player". Meet Orly Taitz, Queen Bee of people obsessed with Barack Obama's birth certificate. A review of Living up to Death by Paul Ricoeur. Why did the bankers behave so badly? Veteran TV naturalist David Attenborough loves humans as much as other wildlife, but not when global populations are out of control. The John Roberts Method: How the Supreme Court is patiently bending the law to the right. Is Sasha Grey porn's first artiste? From Time, a special report on the legacy of FDR. From American, a review of Tyler Cowen's Create Your Own Economy: The Path to Prosperity in a Disordered World; and as American as cricket: Cricket and baseball are twin brothers, separated at birth.