Ritholtz's 10 Weekend Reads: Algorithms, Lady Gaga and the Rule of Three
Good Saturday morning. Here are some longer-form works I saved over the past seven days for your reading pleasure:
- Hedge Fund Investors Aren't as Dumb as They Look (Bloomberg View)
- How the VA Developed Its Culture of Cover-ups (Washington Post)
- The Inside Story of Oculus Rift and How Virtual Reality Became Reality (Wired)
- How 'Competitiveness' Became One of the Great Unquestioned Virtues of Contemporary Culture (London School of Economics) see also After Neoliberalism (Aeon)
- The Ghosts of Tiananmen Square (NY Review of Books)
- The Real 10 Algorithms That Dominate Our World (Medium) see also Physicists Prove Surprising Rule of Threes (Wired)
- New World Wine Resurrects Old Religion (Aeon)
- How the NRA Rewrote the Second Amendment (Politico)
- Your old CDs aren't just aging; they're actively dying (The Atlantic) see also To Understand Beats You Need to Understand Lady Gaga (Medium)
- The Truth About Bug Spray (MoJo)
What's up for this gorgeous weekend?
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