Article: "The Murky Ethics of the Ugly-Produce Business" by Amanda Mull of The Atlantic.
Allison Behrenger talks about the article "Do You Know What's in Your Cosmetics?" by The New York Times Editorial Board
"The circle of brand life: retail is dying as retail is thriving" by Eric Feng
"Is Sunscreen the New Margarine?" by Rowan Jacobsen.
"Drudge Report" by Erin Griffith
"The Dream Machine" by Mitchell Waldrop
"Lost Connections" by Johann Hari
Article: "How to talk to Chloe Condon on Twitter"
Latest episode of TLDR Daily with Matt & Co
Erik Berlin from Breaker talked about the Techcrunch article Facebook pays teens to install VPN that spies on them. Here's the original article: https://techcrunch.com/2019/01/29/facebook-project-atlas/
This was an experiment. Should I do more of these?
I Want to Be Rich and I’m Not Sorry
Trapped by the ‘Walmart of Heroin’
Why Momofuku’s Billionaire Investor Is Aggressively Funding NYC’s Top Restaurants
The Unlikely Politics of a Digital Contraceptive
Does the Education System Adequately Serve Advanced Students?
Pioneer Women Are Roaming the City
R.L. Stine on the Importance of Scaring the Hell Out of Children
This Is How Much VCs Are Paid
What’s next for podcasting? The industry is taking the first steps toward paid subscriptions and exclusive content
On the book, "Suggestible You"
When to Use—and Not Use—an Em-Dash
The Big Hack: How China Used a Tiny Chip to Infiltrate U.S. Companies
Every Adult Should Have a Bedtime
Remember Zagat? The iconic burgundy guidebook that helped shape the modern consumer era is back
Alexa skills can now offer one-time-use purchases, like in-game hints or points
Facebook Is Giving Advertisers Access to Your Shadow Contact Information
The Existential Void of the Pop-Up ‘Experience’
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