Monday Links: Wired Farms; Healthy Eyes

Posted by: John Tozzi on February 22, 2010

Web services for small farms, via Springwise.

For those who spend all day at screens, how to protect your eyes, by Celine Roque at Web Worker Daily.

Tax lawyer Harvey Shulman explains why the tax code treats tech freelancers differently in a Sunday NY Times Op-Ed.

Restaurateur Danny Meyer is starting a business to teach other industries about service and hospitality. Lisa Fickenscher profiles the venture in Crain’s NY Business.

Stimulus money to support increased guarantees and reduced fees on SBA loans has run out again, Emily Maltby reports in the WSJ.

Robb Mandelbaum of the NY Times looks at how the White House health care plan released today differs from the versions in Congress.

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