Ritholtz's 10 Weekend Reads: Uber, Ticketmaster and Charlie Chaplin

Good Saturday morning. Here are my favorite longer format reading materials from the week.

Good Saturday morning. Here are my favorite longer format reading materials this week:

• How Your Data Are Being Deeply Mined (New York Review of Books)

• Uber: The Black Car Company That People Love to Hate (Next City)

• Why the cult of hard work is counter-productive (New Statesman)

• Mental Model: Margin of Safety (Farnam Street)

• Separating Mine From Thine--on the history of land ownership (WSJ)

• Dear Ticketmaster, it's time to redesign the master of all tickets (Medium)

• Adam Smith, Communitarian (American Conservative), see also God, Hayek and the Conceit of Reason (Standpoint)

• Charlie Chaplin: Split Personalities (Lapham's Quarterly)

• Vermeer's Secret Tool: Testing Whether The Artist Used Mirrors and Lenses to Create His Realistic Images (Vanity Fair)

• 'And I Cannot Lie': The Oral History of Sir Mix-a-Lot's 'Baby Got Back' Video (Vulture)

What's up for the weekend?

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