My midweek/end of week morning train reads:
• Extreme Makeover: Rich Barton Has A $700 Million Stake In Zillow And Plans To Turn It Into A Home-Flipping Machine (Forbes)
• The Walkman just turned 40 — here’s how listening to music has changed over the years (Business Insider)
• Half of Americans Are Effectively Poor Now. What The? (Eudaimonia) see also The U.S. Labor Market Is Less Healthy Than It Appears (Bloomberg Opinion)
• How a lawsuit could reveal secrets about Silicon Valley’s favorite philanthropic loophole: A tax break for the poor created a $110 billion charity stockpile, called donor-advised funds. It isn’t getting any smaller. (Recode)
• You’re Grilling Wrong! Chefs Share What Not to Do Over the Coals (Bloomberg) see also Ready, set, grill: A guide to outdoor cooking (Washington Post)
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