04/30/16 – Saturday’s Interest-ing Reads

  • Most wireless headphones are pretty buggy, these aren’t. (pastemagazine)
  • The NBA needs to shorten its playoff series. (nytimes)
  • College kids don’t take advantage of office hours. (qz)
  • Even more evidence in support of quick, high intensity training. (well.blogs.nytimes)
  • A complete history of MLB. (projects.fivethirtyeight)
  • Jobs are for computers, not people. (medium)
  • Instant replay is out of control. (southcoasttoday)
  • Canada’s air traffic system is the envy of US pilots and airlines. (wsj)
  • Three simple ways to improve your memory. (blogs.cfainstitute)
  • Credit card churners do it all for the miles. (bloomberg)
  • Does a fasting regime help stave off disease? (qz)
  • Tidal still hasn’t figured things out yet. (wired)
  • How to catch someone in a lie. (nymag)
  • Why the prom is getting more expensive to attend. (bloomberg)
  • The job market for PhDs is poor but people keep signing up. (theatlantic)
  • The service academies have become top liberal arts schools. (washingtonpost)
  • Who invented Eggs Benedict? (atlasobscura)
  • The teen birthrate is at an all-time low. (washingtonpost)
  • Americans increasingly love pre-cut fruits and veggies. (buzzfeed)
  • We are evolving into an AI-first world. (avc)
  • Is the new TV getting bloated? (marginalrevolution)
  • Renewable energy companies are growing too fast, with too much debt. (nytimes)
  • Addiction treatment has a worker shortage problem. (wsj)
  • How Lifetime turned things around. (buzzfeed)
  • The smart home will not be DIY. (businessinsider)
  • Publication bias: why mindfulness may be oversold. (qz)
  • Dogs hate hugs. (nymag)
  • People love deadlines. (sciencemag)
  • You can’t have self-driving cars without good maps. (marginalrevolution)
  • Silicon Valley interns make good coin. (bloomberg)
  • What it’s like to NOT drive at Tesla. (mrmoneymustache)
  • The price of medical procedures can vary wildly by geography. (npr)
  • “The Bulletproof Diet” is everything wrong with how we approach food in America. (vox)
  • How to run an inclusive meeting. (hbr)
  • Would you eat a Chipotle ($CMG) breakfast burrito? (bloomberg)
  • How two regulations saved the manatee. (blogs.scientificamerican)
  • Why we sleep poorly in our first night in a new location. (theatlantic)
  • The 50 best restaurants in America. (businessinsider)
  • Why we need to give up on the idea of the perfectly manicured lawn. (vox)
  • More technology in the classroom is not necessarily better. (washingtonpost)
  • The benefits to the brain from exercise are understated. (qz)
  • The highly unlikely rise of Leicester City. (bloombergview)
  • Which streaming service has the best original content? (cnbc)

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