Monthly Archives: March 2017

Weekly Reading Roundup – 03/31/17

The Arrival of Artificial Intelligence – Stratechery:

From Amazon to Starbucks: Selling What They Preach – The Atlantic:

Las Vegas Lures the Oakland Raiders But Locals Pay the Price – Slate:

(MUSIC) Before and After Chuck Berry – The NY Times:

Weekly Reading Roundup – 03/24/17

[VIDEOS] Gorillaz Premiere FOUR Song From Their New Album ‘Humanz’, Plus 360 Video – Consequence of Sound:

Data Scientists Might Have It Made For 2017 – KDNuggets:

Hail! Hail! Top 10 songs inspired by Chuck Berry – The Guardian:

Anthony Bourdain Does Not Want to Owe Anybody Even a Single Dollar – Wealth Simple:

How water swaps help the West manage a precious resource – CSMonitor:

Bill Watterson: How to Find Your Life’s Meaning – Better Humans:

Intel, Mobileye, and Smiling Curves – Stratechery:

Intel, Mobileye, and Smiling Curves – Stratechery:

How to Improve Your Productivity at Work – NYTimes:

The End of Smartphone Innovation – Benedict Evans:

How to Think Like a Data Scientist to Become One – KDNuggets:

Inside Costco: The Magic in the Warehouse – Fortune:

Amazon, the world’s most remarkable firm, is just getting started – The Economist:

Weekly Reading Roundup – 03/17/17

How this 27-Year Old Transformed His Side Project into a Business – Fast Company:

How the Instant Pot Cooker Developed a Cult Following – BBC News:

The Current State of Automated Machine Learning – YHat Blog:

Space Sex is Serious Business – FiveThirtyEight:

Weekly Reading Roundup – 03/10/17

What Going to Mars Will Do To Our Bodies – FiveThirtyEight:

What Makes the Perfect Office? – Tim Harford:

Why Open Offices are Bad for Us – BBC:

Disturbing New Facts About American Capitalism – The Wall Street Journal:

Photos reveal how polluted the U.S. was before EPA was founded – Green Car Reports:

Welcome To Mars! Enjoy Perpetual Jet Lag Under An Eerie Red Sky – FiveThirtyEight:

NASA proposes artificial magnetic field to make Mars a second home – ZDNet:

10 Breakthrough Technologies – Technology Review:

The Uber Conflation – Stratechery:

The Ramones. Punk is Data, Too – R-Blog: Salvino A. Salvaggio:

(VIDEO) Interview with Jeff Bezos at RE/Code –

Everything About Mars is the Worst – FiveThirtyEight:

Weekly Reading Roundup – 03/03/17

Twitter, Live, and Luck – Stratechery:

The Race for Autonomous Cars is Over. Silicon Valley Lost. – AutoBlog:

Bill Gates: Over time "Countries will be rich enough for basic income" – Business Insider:

The Earth in a Suitcase – FIveThirtyEight:

Productivity Could be a Loser in the Globalization Pushback – Bloomberg:

Earth’s Orbiting Junkyard Threatens the Space Economy – Bloomberg:

No Fracking Way! Fukushima is Worse Than Ever – I, Cringly:

Conscious Consumerism is a Lie. Here’s a Better Way to Save the World – Quartz:

‘Gary from Chicago’, the Oscars’ Best Meme, Didn’t Ask For Your Attention – The Washington Post:

(VIDEO) Rebecca Kantar PResents Imbelus – Upfront Summit:

Father Creates Bionic Arm for Toddler Using Xbox Console and 3D Printer – ITV: