The Sunday Reader
Cary Grant & Acid, The Budweiser of Weed, Workplace ills, Pet Projects + Solitude & Leadership

NL Notes:
 by Xan Brooks
Cary Grant: How 100 Acid Trips in Tinsletown Changed My Life 
At the height of his fame, Cary Grant turned to LSD therapy for help. He later claimed the drug saved him, but did it also spell the end of his career?

 by Alex Halperin
 20+ mins
I've Told People What They Need to Hear to Get Their Money In.
How a creator of Assassin’s Creed sold investors on a magic marijuana product that he claimed could predictably produce specific feelings in users.

   by Louise Chunn
 13 mins
We Are Experiencing a Work Revolution and It's Making Us Mentally Ill
More than ever, we’re living in an age of uncertainty. Now is the time to invest in tackling the mental health problems we know this engenders

"Life is long enough and it has been given in sufficiently generous measure to allow the accomplishment of the very greatest things if the whole of it is well invested." - Seneca, On the Shortness of Life
   by Megan Greenwell
 20+ mins
Pet Project
While you're looking at pictures of puppers to take your mind off the collapse of society, college sophomore Matt Nelson is building his @WeRateDogs Twitter account into an adorable empire

   by William Deresiewicz
  20+ mins 
West Point Graduation Speech: Solitude & Leadership
Simply put, this is one of the best speeches we've read on leadership. Do yourself a favor and click the link.
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99% Invisible: The Evolution of Architectural Acoustics


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