10 Sunday Reads

My easy like Sunday morning reads:

• How Many Bones Would You Break to Get Laid? (The Cut)
• The Interstate Is Crumbling. Try Fixing the Section Used by 200,000 Vehicles a Day. Crews reconstructing I-4 through Orlando must contend with traffic, sinkholes, residences. Price to redo 21 miles: $2.3 billion.  (Wall Street Journal)
• Facial Recognition Technology Is Facing A Huge Backlash In The US. But Some Of The World’s Biggest Tech Companies Are Trying To Sell It In The Gulf. (Buzzfeed)
• ‘San Francisco is rotting’ story is wrong: City is brimming with soul (San Francisco Chronicle) but see Disaster tourists descend on Paradise after Camp Fire (San Francisco Chronicle)
• Of Course President Trump Hates Maggie Haberman. Why Does the Left? (New York Magazine)
• Why I Hope to Die at 75 (The Atlantic)
• The Statue of Liberty was created to celebrate freed slaves, not immigrants, its new museum recounts (Washington Post)
• Howard Stern: The hedonic treadmill is real (Waiter’s Pad)
• On Pooping in the Dark—No Lights, No Phones, No Distractions (Wired)
• King Weir: Bob Weir, the indelible guitarist of the Grateful Dead, will not rest. (GQ)

Be sure to check out our Masters in Business interview this weekend with our returning champion, Professor Scott Galloway of NYU Stern School of Business, discussing his new book, the The Algebra of Happiness: Notes on the Pursuit of Success, Love, and Meaning.


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Source: @CarlQuintanilla via @Barclays


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