Ritholtz's Reads: Let's All Take a Deep Breath
Good Saturday morning. After a busy and emotional week, we have some interesting reads to help you recover. Here are our long-form weekend reads.
- How to See Into the Future (FT)
- Carol J. Loomis: The Fortune Legend and Buffett Biographer Talks About 60 Years in Business Journalism (Columbia Journalism Review)
- Hard Money Is Not a Mistake (Interfluidity)
- Instant Gratification: As the Economy Gets Ever Better at Satisfying Our Immediate, Self-Serving Needs, Who Is Minding the Future? (American Scholar)
- Notes on the Celebrity Data Theft (Nik Cubrilovic)
- How Matt's Machine Works: WordPress Creator Matt Mullenweg's Unconventional Model Runs 22 Percent of the Internet. (FastCo Labs)
- The Death of Adulthood in American Culture (NYT Mag)
- Praise Feels Good, But Negativity Is Stronger (Aeon)
- Life Atop Ground Zero: Thirteen Years After 9/11, the World Trade Center Is Undergoing a Massive Transformation. What Has Life Been Like Above the Site? (Medium)
- The Church of In-N-Out Burger (Priceonomics)
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