10/15/16 – Saturday’s Interest-ing Reads

  • Keep an eye out for lower international air fares. (fortune)
  • Why Chicago is so theater-friendly. (marketwatch)
  • College mental health centers are overwhelmed. (wsj)
  • How video games are changing the way soccer is played. (nytimes)
  • What happened to NFL TV ratings? (theatlantic)
  • Amazon ($AMZN) wants to hook college students on Prime. (bloomberg)
  • The case that we have already passed ‘Peak NFL.’ (medium)
  • Renewable energy will only do so much to combat climate change. (knowledge.wharton.upenn.edu)
  • How a four-day workweek could help the environment. (qz)
  • America has so much milk that we are dumping it. (wsj)
  • Can you really read 100 books a year? (medium)
  • Pastry chefs can get jobs, they just don’t pay very well. (nytimes)
  • We weren’t meant to be happy all the time. (qz)
  • There may soon be a test to see who responds to antidepressants. (businessinsider)
  • Two things college kids need to accomplish. (qz)
  • A stunning map of the history of alternative rock. (wired)
  • 3 point shooting is now more important than ever: enter the shot doctors. (theringer)
  • What are the best hotel chains for redeeming rewards? (wsj)
  • Why Google ($GOOGL) cares about wind power in Africa. (scientificamerican)
  • How Uber plan on conquering the suburbs. (buzzfeed)
  • Focus on things you can control. (kottke)
  • Why sand dunes are so important to beach communities. (wired)
  • Why you should buy a Dot not an Echo. (engadget)
  • Hoppy beer may be better on your liver. (livescience)
  • Tyson Foods ($TSN) is getting into the alternative protein biz. (nytimes)
  • Tyler Cowen loved "American Honey." (marginalrevolution)
  • Can additives make vodka ‘liver-friendly’? (scientificamerican)
  • Can exercise turn white fat into brown fat? (nytimes)
  • ‘Unplugged’ vacations are now a thing. (motherboard.vice)

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