Here are a few of the best things we read this week.
The Wall Street Journal poses two scenarios and examines the behavioral illusions behind both answers.
Barry Ritholtz breaks down the best ways to consume financial headlines.
This is a fascinating look at how society sees innovation as it’s happening in real time. By digging through old newspaper clippings, Morgan Housel illustrates how resistant we can be to major developments.
Maria Popova looks back on the first decade of her fantastic blog, Brain Pickings.