Here are my longer form weekend readings:
• The Rise and Fall of BlackBerry: An Oral History (Businessweek)
• The Man Who Would Teach Machines to Think (Atlantic)
• The Search for a Blockbuster Insomnia Drug (New Yorker)
• The Economics of Infomercials (Priceonomics)
• Netflix Has a Plan to Rewire our Entire Culture (New Republic)
• Rumsfeld’s War and Its Consequences Now(New York Review of Books) see also Pentagon’s bosses thwart accurate audit of DOD’s main accounting office (McClatchy)
• The Anti-Reactionary FAQ (Slate Star Codex)
• Forging an Art Market in China (NY Times)
• Statistically, Who’s the Greatest Person in History? (New Republic)
• How To Waste Time Properly (Nautilus) speaking of which: The 80 Most Powerful Photos of 2013 (The Roosevelts)
What are you up to this weekend?
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