This week I recommend the following posts and papers:

1. Organising your research. A post about how to use DevonThink (a software) to organize your research and the rest of your life. Perfect post for disorganized people. Link

2. On the future of the textbook. The latest issue of Technological Innovations in Statistics Education is focused on the future of the textbook. Editor Rob Gould has put together an interesting list of contributions as well as discussions from the leaders in the field of statistics education. Link

3. About policy-making. This post enumerates the top 20 things scientists need to know about policy-making. The author try to show some common misunderstanding among scientists about how governments make their policy decisions. Link

4. How to find an appropriate research data repository. Without comments. Link