Weekend Reading & Selected Links

Happy weekend! Here are some links to things I've been reading that you might also enjoy:

1. 'Fact Checking Is the Core of Nonfiction Writing. Why Do So Many Publishers Refuse to Do It?', a 2020 Esquire article by Emma Copley Eisenberg.

2. 'Information Design of the Library of Effective Altruism'.

3. 'Fourteen Wild Ideas (Five Of Which Are True!)', a 2001 article by Robin Hanson.

4. 'The "lying flat" movement standing in the way of China’s innovation drive', a 2021 Brookings TechStream article by David Bandurski.

5. 'Modeling the Human Trajectory', a 2020 Open Philanthropy post by David Roodman.

Have a great weekend,