Some reads for your weekend reading pleasure:
• Form and Fortune: Steve Jobs’s pursuit of perfection—and the consequences (New Republic)
• Being wrong: The value of agnosticism (Synapses)
• Science-and-engineering workforce has stalled in U.S., report says (Computer World)
• How Luther went viral (Economist)
• The Body Counter: Meet Patrick Ball, a statistician who’s spent his life lifting the fog of war (Foreign Policy)
• Brazil: A Nation of Citizen Philosophers (Boston Review)
• Revenge of the Nerd: It’s Ray Bradbury’s future—we’re just living in it (American Conservative)
• What Does a Conductor Do? (NY Mag)
• The Missing Middle in American Politics (Foreign Affairs)
• “Cities Are Making Us More Human” (European Mag)
What are you reading?
Category: Financial Press
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