IBrains, Hot Hands and Billion-Dollar Myths

The weekend is here! Pour yourself a mug of KickAss coffee, grab a comfy-seat poolside lounger, and get ready for our longer-form weekend reads:

• Holdout: If a private development wants your place, and you refuse to sell, there’s not much they can do (99% Invisible)

• The iBrain Is Here -- And It’s Already Inside Your Phone (Backchannel)

• Busting the billion-dollar myth: how to slash the cost of drug development (Nature.com)

• How Researchers Discovered the Basketball ‘Hot Hand’ (NY Mag)

• The Spectrum Auction: How Economists Saved the Day (Priceonomics)

• Like. Flirt. Ghost: A Journey Into the Social Media Lives of Teens (Wired)

• How Chicken Conquered the American Dinner Plate (First We Feast)

• The Drone Presidency (NY Review of Books)

• How the Beatles’ ‘Revolver’ Gave Brian Wilson a Nervous Breakdown (Medium)

• America’s Golf Courses Are Burning (Bloomberg)

Be sure to check out our Masters in Business interview this weekend with Gina Martin Adams, head of Equity Strategy ay Wells Fargo.

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IBrains, Hot Hands and Billion-Dollar Myths

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