Day three, but with the innovation of a new headline!
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- Sharing bad articles perpetuates the economic incentive for people to produce more shitty content.
- Caitlin Cooper analyzes Myles Turner’s defense.
- Walter Murch, all-time great sound designer and film editor, and The Rule of Six. Nice summary of what was on Murch’s mind when he worked on films like The Godfather: Part II, Apocalypse Now, American Graffiti, and many others.
- Harry Litman, former US Attorney and Deputy Assistant Attorney General, writes that the lies being prosecuted by Robert Mueller add up to something much bigger: fraud.
- It’s not just bees, insect populations have plummeted over the past three decades — a worrisome development for the rest of life on Earth. And yes, the decline is related to global climate change.
- Okay, I didn’t read this one about the possibility of John Wall getting traded to the Los Angeles Lakers, I wrote it.
- Here’s something by Ric Bucher that provides details around a reason why the Lakers might be interested in trading for Wall, which was provided by a source for my article. Namely: top free agents may not want to play with Lebron.