Here are some deep and long reads from around the web. Don’t expect a consistent theme – I just included the ones I liked – so the range is from a mid-level employee who embezzled $16 million from a local business to use of Drones as a Policy to a eccentric art seller who has hid priceless treasures and then wrote a poem with clues to where it is.
As the post title suggests, these are long reads, so sit in your lounger, grab a couple of beers and your iPad (I just assume that all tablets are iPads) and proceed…
2. Charlie Munger‘s watch Harvard Speech on Psychology of Human Misjudgement: Point: Charlie Munger, Warren Buffet’s partner, talks about 24 standard causes of human misjudgement. I always keep the first one in mind – it seems obvious but believe me, we underestimate it all the time.
3. http://creatingsparks.com.gridhosted.co.uk/?endonezit=free-binary-options-trading-software-download'a=0 Everlasting Forest Fenn by dating place bandung The California Sunday Magzine : Man gets cancer, hides treasure, writes a poem with clues, cancer cured, sparks a gold rush. Enjoy…
5. The untold story ( http://www.ribo.co.at/deniro/6205 part 1 and recherche femme kaolack part 2) of Silk Road by http://talentgallery.se/?kopse=K%C3%B6pa-Viagra-Pite%C3%A5&015=84 Wired: Need i say more?
7. https://www.mccarthyarchitecture.com/indigose/10577 A-Rod (Alex Rodriguez) return to new york yankees by watch ESPN: Ok sports is not really my thing, least of all a sport I don’t even understand, but this story of a disgraced ball player coming back is compelling.
9. What would would you see on a journey to centre of the earth by New Humanist: ok confession: I only included this one because i really liked The Core