Sunday assorted links

1. Is the gene-sequencing company Illumina a monopoly? (NYT)

2. “In short: the more one’s intellectual contributions are defined by strengths, where those strengths also essentially depend on a broad base, the more your regional background is likely to shape your intellectual contributions.”  More Nate Meyvis.  And Nate on the value of T-shaped reading plans.

3. The Stasi poetry circle.

4. People on Twitter are using more political identifiers than before.  And more yet if you count pronouns.

5. Cold emailing Mark Cuban.


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