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Weekly Reading Roundup – 05/19/17

Pitchfork Grows Up – Bloomberg:

Sky’s Not Falling in San Francisco, Either – Ritholtz:

To Age Better, Eat Better – Harvard News:

A List of Artificial Intelligence Tools You Can Use Today For Personal Use – Hacker Noon:

(VIDEO) What Is Gluten Sensitivity? – Live Science:

Silicon Valley, A Reality Check – Slate Star Codex:

Old Tweets About Classified Info From GOP and Trump Resurface – NY Daily News:

VC101 How VCs Operate, and What You Should Know as a Founder – AWS Startup Blogs:

An EPIC Trading Tale From Norway – The Macro Tourist:

How One Little Cable Company Exposed Telecom’s Achilles Heel – Back Channel:

Household Debt Makes a Comeback in the US – NY Times:

WannaCry and the Power of Business Models – Stratechery:

Boring Google – Stratechery:

Weekly Reading Roundup – 05/12/17

The Long, Hard, Unprecedented Fall of Sears – Bloomberg:

Rare Supernova Discover Ushers In New Era of Cosmology – Phys Org:

Don’t Let Facebook Make You Miserable – NYTimes:

Colliding Clusters of Galaxies Make Waves… Gorgeous, Gorgeous Waves – Bad Astronomy:

Local News Business Model – Stratechery:

(IMAGE) Top Data Science Skills by Job – Business Broadway:

Neural Network Generated Illustrations – Google Research Blog:

Weekly Reading Roundup – 05/05/17

How Online Shopping Makes Suckers of Us All – The Atlantic:

Following Your Passion is a Numbers Game – Of Dollars and Data:

The Demise Of Tilt: A Bargain For Airbnb, A Classic Loss For Investors Like Andreessen Horowitz – Fast Company:

Why good data scientists make good product managers (and why they’ll be a little uncomfortable) – Medium:

Cloud vs Data Centers: Key Trends for IT Decision Makers – ZDNet:

(Infographic) Cloud Use is Growing but the Data Center isn’t Dead – ZDNet:

Understanding the Pros and Cons of Five Different Cloud Types – ZDNet:

Big Data Exposes Big Falsehoods – MIT Technology Review:

(VIDEO) Elon Musk’s TED Interview 2017 – Ritzholz:

All the fake news that’s fit to print: Why is The New York Times printing climate science denial? – SyFy Wire:

US Tech’s Self Feeding Digital Money Machine is on Show This Week – Bloomberg:

Apple’s China Problem – Stratechery:

Tesla Has a Lot More In Store than the Model 3 – Bloomberg:

Weekly Reading Roundup – 04/28/17

The Purpose of Life is Not Happiness It’s Usefulness – The Art of Practicality:

The Tyranny of Consulting – Institutional Investor:

A Retiree Discovers an Elusive Math Proof — And Nobody Notices – Wired:

Neuralink and the Brain’s Magical Future – Wait Buy Why:

Frank and Steve’s Excellent Corporate Raiding Adventures – The Atlantic:

The Blood of the Crab – Popular Mechanics:

The United States of Work – New Republic:

Here’s Why Juicero’s Press is So Expensive – Bolt:

Getting to Grips with Blockchain – Soapbox:

Not OK Google – Stratechery:

Weekly Reading Roundup – 04/21/17

News is Bad For You — and Giving Up Reading It Will Make You Happier – The Guardian:

Rise of a New Species of Human Being – Singularity Hub:

Our Puny Human Brains Are Terrible at Thinking About the Future – Slate:

4 Things That Set Successful CEO’s Apart – Harvard Business Review:

CEO Pay Is Out of Control. Here’s How to Rein It In – Fortune:

Facebook and the Cost of Monopoly – Stratechery:

How Google Eats a Business Whole – The Outline:

(VIDEO) Keynote Session: Dr. Edward Tufte – The Future of Data Analysis – Channel 9:

(PDF) Data Age 2025: The Evolution of Data to Life-Critical – Seagate:

Silicon Valley’s $400 Juicer May Be Feeling the Squeeze – Bloomberg:

Weekly Reading Roundup – 04/14/17

The Walt Mossberg Brand – Stratechery:

Changing Everything: Basic Income is Not Enough – Continutions:

Real-time Deduping At Scale – Tapjoy Engineering:

What Makes a Great Data Scientist – Kaggle:

What We’re Missing in Product Analytics – Hacker Noon:

After Years of Challenges, Foursquare Has Found It’s Purpose And Profits – Entrepreneur:

How You Battle the ‘Data Wheel of Death’ in Growth – Coelevate:

This is the Jeff Bezos playbook for preventing Amazon’s demise – ReCode:

Who’s making Trader Joe’s food? An investigation of the secretive grocery chain – SF Gate:

A Peek at Trends in Machine Learning – Medium:

Building ML Models is Hard. Deploying Them in Real Business Environments is Even Harder – Ocado Technology:

Gaming Google for Profit and Ideology – Bloomberg:

How AI Is Changing the Way Companies are Organized – Fast Company;

What Happens When You Hire a Data Scientist Without a Data Engineer – Jesse Anderson:

The Stats of the Furious – Bloomberg:

Weekly Reading Roundup – 04/07/17

These Scientists Sent a Rocket to Mars for Less Than It Cost to Make “The Martian” – The Backchannel:

Basing Life on What You Can Afford – NYTimes:

What is AI? Ingredients for Intelligence – KDNuggets:

Life Rules – Ritzholtz:

Johnson & Johnson Has a Baby Powder Problem – Bloomberg:

Two Buck Chuck How Trader Joe’s Wine Became Cheapter Than Water – Thrillst:

Living a Lie: We Decieve Ourselves to Better Decieve Others – Scientific American:

Electric Cars like the Chevy Bolt Have a Huge Infrastructure Problem – Slate:

Firing on All Cylinders: The 2017 Big Data Landscape – Matt Turck:

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: