10 Monday PM Reads

My afternoon train reads:

• Investing: Market timing is for the birds (USA Today)
• Incredible Images Of Wall Street Trading Before The Bloomberg Terminal (Business Insider)
• How a 10-year-old girl got her father, Mohamed El-Erian, former CEO of PIMCO, to quit his $100 million a year job (CS Monitor)
• Looking at Productivity as a State of Mind (Upshot)
• U.S. Outgunned by Extremists on New YouTube, Twitter Battlefield (Bloomberg)
• What It’s Really Like to Work at Google (At Work)
• Neuroscientist Carl Hart: Everything you think you know about drugs and addiction is wrong (Raw Story)
• Venture Firms Fret as Y Combinator Soars (News Genius)
• The bias fighters: Psychologists are testing ways to reduce unconscious racial prejudice–not just in the police, but in all of us. (Boston Globe)
• ‘Modern Family’ Editor Live-Tweets Plane Passenger’s Drunken Meltdown (Mashable)

What are you reading?




How Not to Quell a Riot

Source: The Economist



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