Good Saturday morning. Here are some longer-form reads for your weekend reading pleasure:
- Bubble, Bubble, Toil and Trouble: The Costs and Benefits of Market Timing (Musings on Markets)
- The Zen of Gen X: How We Went From Jaded to Sated (The Weeklings)
- Only Apple (Daring Fireball) see also Tim Cook, Making Apple His Own (NY Times)
- The House of Mondavi: How an American Wine Empire Was Born (Longreads)
- A Rare Peek Inside Amazon’s Massive Wish-Fulfilling Machine (Wired)
- How a Lawsuit Over Hot Coffee Helped Erode the 7th Amendment (Priceonomics)
- Artificial Intelligence Raises New Hope for Cancer Patients (Re/Code) see also Killing a Patient to Save His Life (NY Times)
- Life Without Sleep (Aeon)
- Huh? How a Science Experiment Led to Sexual Encounters Between a Woman and Dolphin (The Wire) see also The Dolphin Who Loved Me (The Guardian)
- World Cup’s World’s Ball (NY Times)
What's up for the weekend?
Rallies That Followed Massive Bear Markets
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