My longer form, pour-a-ciup-of-joe, deep dive reads to start off your weekend:
• Can Ireland’s Celtic Tiger roar again? (Washington Post)
• What Type of Decision Maker Are You? (Farnam Street) see also Manias, Panics, and Crashes (Seeking Wisdom)
• On being ‘right’ in science (Plos)
• Ripping Off Young America: The College-Loan Scandal (Rolling Stone)
• Why a New Golden Age for UI Design Is Around the Corner (Wired)
• Complexity and the Ten-Thousand-Hour Rule (New Yorker) see also Searching for the Perfect Athlete (New Yorker)
• The Picasso Effect: What The Success of Cubism Teaches Us About Radical Innovation (Ian Leslie)
• Alvy Ray Smith: RGBA, the birth of compositing & the founding of Pixar (FX Guide)
• Oppenheimer: The Shape of Genius (New York Review of Books)
• Sorry Maserati, BMW’s $131,000 M6 Beats You on Looks (Bloomberg) see also Go East! 370 HP BMWs Find Thrills on Fast German Autobahn (Bloomberg)
What are you doing this weekend?
Household Income’s Slow Climb Back
Category: Financial Press
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