I am off to the Great White North, but not before I leave you with my morning
train plane reads:
• Buffett & Munger, a study in simplicity: All I Want To Know Is Where I’m Going To Die So I’ll Never Go There (Hurricane Capital)
• When Silicon Valley Says No, Washington Bureaucrats Say Yes (Bloomberg)
• Just The Good Stuff From Today’s Google Event (Digg)
• How 1.5 Million Connected Cameras Were Hijacked to Make an Unprecedented Botnet (Vice) see also The Internet of Things Sucks So Bad Even ‘Amateurish’ Malware Is Enough (Vice)
• Manhattan Apartment Sales Plunge 20% (Bloomberg)
• 7 Signs that You’re NOT a Thought Leader (Marketing Craftsmanship)
• Paul Ryan, So Handsome, So Sad: “He wishes someone else could take the cup from him. … I’d say ‘weary martyr’ is a good way to describe him.” (Buzzfeed)
• A new weapon in the fight against cancer: sticky nanoparticles (World Economic Forum)
• The mystery of why left-handers are so much rarer (BBC)
• Twilight for the Sawfish (Hakai)
What are you reading?
U.S. oil companies closer to balancing capital investment with operating cash flow
Source: U.S. Energy Information Administration
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