Weekend Reading

I spent some time going through my bookmarks folder this afternoon while I was watching football. It is possible I’ve posted / tweeted these before. Pocket full of Dough Las Vegas Death Ray Why Germans Have Longer Vacation Times and…

Weekend Reading

Why do some things taste better through a straw? America’s Most Underestimated Company A letter to my students The last word: Advice from ‘America’s worst mom’

Weekend Reading

The Most Isolated Man on the Planet If I Could Do It All Over Again… by Richard Branson Wabash College’s Videogame requirement My Kushy New Job Why A Brush With Death Triggers The Slow-Mo Effect

Weekend Reading

Before flying was bad: My glory days as a flight attendant Unemployed = 21st century draft horse? Where to Find the World’s Billionaires What I Did When I Couldn’t Find a Job

Weekend Reading

I told myself I would finish reading my book this weekend. Instead I read a bunch of articles on the internet. Does the weekend end when you go to bed Sunday night or when you get up Monday morning? Either…

Weekend Reading

Weekend Reading is a semi-frequent update of interesting things I’ve spent time reading over the past seven days. Mystery solved: Why time stands still at 9:42 on iPhone – Story about how the iPhone always displays 9:42 during Apple Keynotes….

Weekend Reading

The Dropout Economy Heather Cassils: Lady Gaga’s Prison Yard Girlfriend Russian secrets for sale, no questions asked Transcript: Ford CEO on making errors visible Blue Marble: The Story behind Apple’s default iPhone Screen 11 Ways Tomorrow’s Internet Will Change Everything

Weekend Reading

Roger Ebert: The Essential Man The secret army still fighting Vietnam war Jimmy Page: “The Records That Changed My Life!” How To Be A Billionaire

Weekend Reading

A Nation of Racist Dwarfs ‘The Wolfman’ claws its way to theaters despite a cursed production Things I’ve learned at Google so far What’s A Startup? First Principles. My Life as H.J. Heinz: Confessions of a Real-Life Twitter Squatter

Weekend Reading

No theme, several are actually videos and require very little reading. What Slime Molds And Subways Have In Common, According to Scientists Twitter’s Project Mayhem Dilemma Jeff & Erin’s Epic Wedding Trailer The Vice Guide to Liberia (interesting, but graphic)

Weekend Reading

The 31 Places to Go in 2010 – NY Times The Secret History of Kubrick, the Blog Theme That Changed the Internet Foursquare Goes Global, Bringing New iPhone, Pre, BlackBerry, And Web Apps With It Million Dollar Man – What…