Still jamming; pre-Thanksgiving link roundup Wednesday, 21 November 2012 12:13:40 CST David-Braverman General, Work (0) Stuff sent to Instapaper: Chicago's John Hancock Center has sold its antennae for $70m. This makes more sense than it might seem. No, Virginia, cars are still not greener than buses. Bill McBride, aka Calculated Risk, spent time letting Joe Weisentahl interview him. McBride predicted the housing bubble in 2004. Wonder what it's like to have an autism-spectrum disorder? Rod Dreher has an example. Engineering explains how dogs smell better than we do. Programmer jokes just aren't that funny, usually. Researchers have cracked a code used by an 18th-century secret society. Time to dash out for lunch...then more coding. Gotta finish today.