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hurricane sandy reading list

October 29, 2012

We’re hunkered down here in our house waiting for Hurricane Sandy to arrive. I’m trying to squeeze in every minute of electricity, including getting ahead on work and school, and printing and bookmarking some articles for reading. In case you are doing the same, here’s a quick list of some interesting reads from the past month or so. A random collection of opinion pieces, blog posts, and articles. Some short, others long.

Enjoy – and stay safe!

Are you smart enough for kindergarten? – WSJ

Interesting take on how campaigns ads target women – The New Yorker

On busyness: My drug, my defense – Shauna Niequist

Not-for-Profit Sector Gets Internet Savvy – WSJ

They Work Long Hours, but What About Results? – NY Times

Paying for your parents – Joanna Goddard

Creative Leadership: Humility and Being Wrong – Forbes

Hurricane Sandy from my apartment window

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