This weekend I visited PhotoLA, kicked around the shops of the Arts District, missed my meditation class at The Den and I’m about to take in The Broad. From strangely rainy Los Angeles, this is my weekend reading.
- First, in an absolutely wild story, researches from the Toronto-based Citizen Lab shared their experience being targeted by undercover agents believed to be acting on behalf of foreign governments.
- Paul Blest, writing in Splinter, details the Warren, Sanders and AOC tax proposals and the appeal of this new style of comprehensive tax reform.
- If you want to love & hate a story: Slate has the tale of an unpaid 19 year-old buzzfeed quiz genius, who seems great, but also, should be paid for her labour.
- The New York Times has an astounding visualization of the path every member of the US Congress took to get to their position. Spoiler alert: It doesn’t inspire confidence.
- Fast Company bring us a story that should be beaten into everyone’s head by now. Banning cars is the best way to reduce traffic, and build livable cities.