Ritholtz's Reads: The Return of the Cruise Ship
How are you surviving the holiday weekend? I hope you’re enjoying some time with your family. Also, enjoy some coffee and settle into your favorite chair for our longer-form weekend reads:
- The Downside of the Boom: North Dakota took on the oversight of a multibillion-dollar oil industry with a regulatory system built on trust, warnings and second chances. (NY Times)
- A Rare Peek Into The Massive Scale of Amazon Web Services (Enterprise Tech)
- How a Single Mom Created a Plastic Food-Storage Empire (Mental Floss)
- How to Get Away with Uber (Matter) see also How Uber Is Changing Night Life in Los Angeles (NYT)
- How Marine Salvage Master Nick Sloane Refloated Costa Concordia (Vanity Fair)
- At CIA Starbucks, Even the Baristas Are Covert (Washington Post)
- The Secret Life of Passwords (NYT Mag)
- ‘God Is Not a Magician:’ Pope Says Christians Should Believe in Evolution and Big Bang (Raw Story)
- Dave Chappelle Is Back (This Time We’re 100% Sure It’s Maybe Totally for Real) (GQ)
- An Oral History of the Epic Space Film ‘The Right Stuff’ (Wired)
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