This morning I dropped the FT. Good paper but not enough time. All of the listed below are delivered to a new 10” Amazon Fire. Best device I’ve ever had for reading.
- NYT (Daily)
- Barron’s (Weekly)
- Science News (Biweekly)
- New Scientist (Weekly). Geez. So much to choose from. So little time.
. Highly impressed with the wit and breadth of coverage. Depends what you’re looking for. Inserted a couple one-liners from this week’s edition into @Junkster
’s “Market Overpriced” thread. Randall Forsyth has done a good job stepping into famed Alan Ableson’s shoes. Has gotten better with time.
- Also subscribe to Bill Fleckenstein’s daily market summary. If you want to hear the “bearish” side of the equation, there’s none better at present IMHO.
- One Novel
: Omitted earlier, since 90% of my reading is NF. But for a year I’ve been listening off & on to John Green’s Turtles All The Way Down
. Little plot here. Follows one summer in the life of an older teen girl suffering from OCD and told from her point of view. If you or anyone you know has experienced OCD it’s an enlightening read. Very well written. Captivating and engaging.https://www.amazon.com/Turtles-All-Down-John-Green/dp/0525555366
- Watched a decent new film, Shirley
, purportedly based on the life of Shirley Jackson, author of “The Lottery” (1948) - a classic short story about a very “civilized” small town which once a year chooses a resident to stone to death (nice people).