CK Links--Friday December 25, 2015

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A really useful guide to old-school NYC Jewish Delicatessens. Makes me really want some pastrami. (Eater)

You may cut back on eating shrimp after reading this article. (Washington Post)

Bonus: Do more things alone. (Washington Post)

How the Mast brothers tricked us into paying $10 a bar for crappy hipster chocolate. (Quartz, via Alosha's Kitchen)

Related: Is "Fair Trade" really fair? (Casual Kitchen)

Financial advice for my new son. Excellent post. (The Motley Food)

Bonus: Why every generation thinks the next generation sucks. (The Motley Fool)

Five intriguing ideas so people won’t ever intimidate you again. (Pick the Brain)

This is how you generate a hell of a lot more ideas. (99u)

Duty or freedom? Which path calls to you now? (Steve Pavlina)

You can use a trigger warning to skip class in college nowadays! I went to university in the wrong era, clearly. (Pacific Standard)

How many miles should you run per week? Fewer than you think. (NY Times)

What they don’t teach you in business school. Couldn’t agree more with this article. (A Wealth of Common Sense)

Internet famous, yet barely scraping by. (Fusion)

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1 comment:

chacha1 said...

The Mast Brothers thing is pretty outrageous. Not a fan of posers, and frankly not a fan of beards in kitchens.

I'll admit to a high cutoff price for chocolate but have never been sufficiently lunatic to pay $10 for a bar.