CK Links--Friday April 10, 2015

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With this post, I enter the cast iron holy wars. (Dad Cooks Dinner)

Still digesting all those Easter Eggs? Eight intriguing egg facts. (Fooducate)

Be careful using food for entertainment. (Tynan)

Bonus: You ought to joke around more. (Tynan)

Not even the inventor of the Keurig K-cup drinks his coffee that way. Why? (Atlantic)

"The most important invention is the washing machine. Any other technology comes second." (Althouse)

Starting a new habit is quite different from breaking an existing habit. (Nir and Far)

Unhappiness derives from unmet expectations. (Early Retirement Extreme)

Human fertility rates are falling far faster than anyone expected. (Aleph Blog)

Handling distraction with little success. Comments are worth reading here too. (A VC)

"The worst mistake in the history of the human race." By the author of the excellent book Guns, Germs, and Steel. (Discover)

We are all oh so wrong about hunter gatherer societies. A famous and fascinating essay by influential anthropologist Marshall Sahlins. Long, but worth it. (Primitivism)

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Melissa said...

Fantastic set of links this week, Dan. Great reading.

Daniel said...

Thanks so much Melissa. Really appreciate the feedback!