Here are the longer form reads for you to start your weekend with:
• The golden age: The 15-hour working week predicted by Keynes may soon be within our grasp – but are we ready for freedom from toil? (aeon)
• Fascinating sports story: Chandler Finds New Way to Grab Rebounds: He Doesn’t (NYT)
• The Real Cuban Missile Crisis (The Atlantic)
• GERMS ARE US (The New Yorker) see also TALES FROM THE WORLD BEFORE YESTERDAY (Edge)
• Lawmakers Gone Wild (Chicago Magazine)
• Everything We Know (So Far) About Obama’s Big Data Tactics (ProPublica)
• Good Will Hunting: An Oral History (Boston Magazine) see also Here Is What Happens When You Cast Lindsay Lohan in Your Movie (NYT)
• How to Read 31 Books in Four Minutes (NY Magazine)
• Quoting Rush Limbaugh Verbatim Is the Easiest Way to Discredit Him (The Atlantic)
• DEADHEAD (The New Yorker)
What’s for brunch ?
What the Cliff Deal Means for Investors
Category: Financial Press
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