02/10/18 – Saturday’s Interest-ing Reads

  • Canadian companies are gearing up to take cannabis global. (business.financialpost)
  • What loneliness does to the body. (medium)
  • Why big utilities are embracing solar and wind power. (mobile.nytimes)
  • Talking through a child’s troubles is healthy in moderation…but avoid "co-rumination." (wsj)
  • Tear-free onions are here. (npr)
  • Who’s to blame for the quiet MLB off-season. (wsj)
  • We really don’t have good data on how much we are using voice UI, like Alexa or Siri. (mondaynote)
  • Tamiflu is soon to get some much needed competition. (bloomberg)
  • How to sort through all the new types of craft beers. (wsj)
  • Are delivery apps killing the restaurant? (newyorker)
  • Paid sick leave is a good investment for companies. (nytimes)
  • New Orleans is sinking and it can’t be stopped. (theatlantic)
  • Putting “May It Last,†a documentary, directed by Judd Apatow and Michael Bonfiglio, about the folk-rock band the Avett Brothers on the list. (newyorker)
  • Can you still date a co-workers? It’s complicated. (wsj)
  • Why hummus prices are on the rise. (nytimes)
  • Advice for those over 40: lift weights and eat more protein. (nytimes)
  • Screen addiction may or may not be a thing, but there are ways to deal with the issue. (npr)
  • How autonomous vehicles will shuffle the urban real estate market. (bloomberg)
  • On the search for a universal flu vaccine. (wsj)
  • Some cool maps on the favorite restaurants of Americans. (pudding.cool)
  • Why American farmers keep planting so much wheat and corn. (blogs.wsj)
  • Be kind: don’t ask people to serve in your wedding party. (nytimes)
  • Why installing solar panels is fun. (mrmoneymustache)
  • The introduction of 5G wireless networks will be a game-changer. (ft)
  • Amazon ($AMZN) has built a big suite of tools to help plan a wedding. (businessinsider)
  • Brexit is not deterring foreign students from applying to British universities. (qz)
  • How fake surgeries suss out unnecessary surgeries. (scientificamerican)
  • A shocking number of chemical facilities are at risk of flooding. (nytimes)
  • PepsiCo ($PEP) is pushing into the fizzy water business. (nytimes)
  • In praise of leafy greens. (npr)

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