Good Saturday morning. Its a glorious day in the NorthEast, but before you head out, check out the longer form writings I’ve saved for the weekend. Draw a cup of Joe, find your favorite reading chair, and have at these deep dives:
• Slaves to the Algorithm (Intelligent Life)
• Kodak’s Problem Child: How the blue-chip company was bankrupted by one of its own innovations (Medium)
• Laughter and the Brain (The American Scholar)
• Are Coders Worth It? (aeon) see also Letter To A Young Programmer Considering A Startup (Alex Payne)
• Stiglitz: Japan Is a Model, Not a Cautionary Tale (Opinionator)
• Government Loansharking: the Student-Debt Crisis (Boston Review)
• Physics’s pangolin: Resolving the stubborn paradoxes of their field (aeon)
• Behind Kanye’s Mask (NYT)
• When The Beautiful Game Turns Ugly (ESPN)
• After Newtown shooting, mourning parents enter into the lonely quiet (Washington Post)
What are you doing this weekend?
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