It's unseasonably warm here, but you won't hear me complain. Here are some good stories to sit out in the sun and enjoy:
Buffalo and Wide Right, Broken Hearts and No Illusions - SB Nation
A Guy Like Me - The Players' Tribune
How Prince Sammons Came To America - Cincinnati Magazine
The world's first robot-run farm will harvest 30,000 heads of lettuce daily - Tech Insider
Legal Beef - Texas Monthly
Scientists Are Building a Case For How Food Ads Make Us Overeat - The Salt. Food ads are about the only commercials that work on me. That's probably why I am very poorly dressed but also fat.
Math whizzes of ancient Babylon figured out forerunner of calculus - Science Magazine
The Man Who Tried to Kill Math in America - The Atlantic
The Crusade Against Multiple Regression Analysis - Edge
The Great Migration: The African American Exodus from the South - Priceonomics
Theranos Is Running Out of Time - Bloomberg
Who Poisoned Flint, Michigan? - Rolling Stone. Who are Republican policymakers, Alex.
The Buddy System - The New Yorker
Long Before Helping Flint, Michigan Officials Were Shipping Clean Water to Their Own Workers - Mother Jones
New Koch - The New Yorker
Big Agriculture Gets Its Sh*t Together - Fortune. Fair Oak Farms. Interesting anecdote from Wayne Pacelle to open the story. Farmers who hate Pacelle are totally over-matched.