It is good to be back in the swing of things, collecting stories for you to read on the weekend. Here is a potpourri of ideas and writings that are worth spending your time on.
- Up all night: that sounds like a bad ’80s track, but it is also the state of Americans, argues Elizabeth Kolbert in the New Yorker. I can’t disagree with her take on the growing malady of insomnia. I am one of those who suffer from it.
- Dispatches from the front lines of a Lululemon warehouse sale: You think Apple fanbois are nuts? Wait till you read about these yoga freaks in fancy pants.
- No sleep till Fairbanks: Eva Holland follows the 1,000-mile Yukon Quest dog sled race. What follows is magical and I mean the words.
- Can there be merits of 3D-printed meat? Yes, says the CEO of Modern Meadow. I am glad I am 80 percent vegetarian.
- Jessica Love argues social sciences have to not only inform but also surprise in this age of connectedness.
- Why is falling so funny? Here is your answer.
- The rise of the well-dressed man. Not that there is anything wrong with it.
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Om, the link to the insomnia article takes us to some investment article on green energy.
It is fixed/ sorry about it.
Here is the link to the New Yorker article:
Yeah, I’ve been up all night and wanted something to read.
Here is the link to “Up All Night” — http://www.newyorker.com/reporting/2013/03/11/130311fa_fact_kolbert?printable=true
Another great read… especially the well-dressed man. Thanks!
Have a good weekend there!