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