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1) 10 percent of AOL employees at the Dulles campus work at their desks standing up.

2) A smart behaviorally informed tax cut may not be such smart politics. Fewer than one in ten people know they got a tax cut last year.

3) Unhealthy food purchases are more likely to made with credit or debit cards.

4) Cornell gets $1 million to fund the Cornell Center for Behavioral Economics in Child Nutrition Programs from the U.S. Department of Agriculture.

5) A leading Indian telecom uses opt-out ebilling. Hat tip: Amol Agrawal.

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  • Ana Nelson

    Surprised that there’s no mention of walking in that “working standing up” article. My understanding is that standing and sitting for long periods are stressful on the body, but gentle walking is not.