Good Saturday morning. Here are my favorite long form readings to start off your 3 day weekend:
• Trigger: The life of a guitar. This was my favorite read this week (Texas Monthly)
• The Man Who Invented Modern Probability: Mathematics & Chance encounters in the life of Andrei Kolmogorov (Nautilus)
• Microsoft’s Lost Decade (Vanity Fair)
• Familiar faces: “Super recognizers” never forget a visage, an unusual ability that can be put to good use (ScienceNews)
• The God of Comedy Will See You Now: Lorne Michaels (NYT)
• In search of the real thing: Recognizing talent is far easier when it’s accompanied by its occasional companion, success (FT Magazine)
• The Wonderbrewer of Nowheresville: On a 230-year-old family farm in a remote corner of Vermont, an enigmatic young brewer quietly stirs up some of the most acclaimed beers in the world. (Narratively)
• To Protect Its Empire, ESPN Stays on Offense (NYT)
• The Rise and Fall of a Spammer (Medium)
• What’s Wrong With Wine on the Web (WSJ)
Whats up for the holiday weekend?
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