Once again, we'll take a short break from my June Recipe-A-Day trial (begins here) to share some interesting reading from around the internet. Enjoy!
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Sexy food plating. (Beyond Salmon)
Food as the new religion. (National Post via Jayson Lusk)
"I am happy to post industry-sponsored studies that do not produce results that can be used to market the sponsor’s products." (Food Politics)
San Francisco gets ready to require "warning labels" on all soda advertisements. Will it have the intended effect? (Pacific Standard)
Choose a space, at least two square metres in area, where you will do nothing but study. (James Kennedy)
The best thing about Mustachianism is that it cannot be defeated. (Mr. Money Mustache)
We've been grossly exaggerating the amount of plastic in the ocean. (The K2P Blog)
How to tell if you're getting bad financial advice. (A Wealth of Common Sense)
Related: How to get balanced, consistently useful expert advice.
Turns out we don't need THE expert as much as AN expert. (Lefsetz Letter)
Intriguing review of behavioral economist Richard Thaler's latest book Misbehaving. (Bloomberg)
"Now if you haven't done it yet, go build the buffer." (Aleph Blog)
What good is history? (Fool.com)
The Ford Pinto and other auto safety myths. (New Yorker)
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