As with good writing, when it comes to the economy, the secret may be revision. More on that. Plus, when the American Bar Association meets in Chicago later this week, it will consider the problem of law schools aggressively recruiting students to boost revenue, knowing those students have little hope of going on to jobs as highly-paid lawyers. We look at whether the schools should be made to have more skin in the game financially. And the clothes dryer is not the sexiest of home appliances, but it’s become a passion for both scientists and private industry alike: They’re on a quest to improve its terrible energy efficiency.