CK Links--Friday April 3, 2015

Links from around the internet!

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The "rotating meat and nuts breakfast" for optimal cognitive performance. (Charles Poliquin)

Ha! Take that all you nutritional gurus. (Ruhlman)

Bonus: Food Fascism.

No, the culinary is not political. (National Review, via Addicted to Canning)

How to give (and receive) constructive criticism. (Digital Photography School)

The appeal of ambiguity in art. (Pacific Standard)

Long-ish but interesting: The Shut-In Economy. (Medium, via 50by25)

Too much empathy is dangerous. (Ben Casnocha)

Working full time crowded out the activities I feel most passionate about. (Early Retirement Extreme)

Someone, somewhere, has an investment portfolio that's doing better than yours. (Pragmatic Capitalism)

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