Assorted Links Monday
Big data, California housing, Amazon's grocery stores, millennials dumping their jobs, and more.
The difference between raw data and the stories data can tell 😃👍
Why is it so hard to be rational?: The real challenge isn’t being right but knowing how wrong you might be.
After years of failure, California lawmakers pave the way for more housing: To ease an affordability crisis, the Legislature voted to open suburbs to development, allowing two-units on lots long reserved for single-family homes.
What I learned visiting two cutting-edge Amazon grocery stores: Grocery stores have reason to worry as Amazon invades their industry.
These millennials are dumping their jobs to plot new careers: With several years in the workforce and some savings, some young professionals take an early career break to reassess and chart a different path
The future of green energy is comically large wind turbines: Building a few gigantic wind turbines is more efficient than building many smaller ones, scientists say.
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