They informed, educated and entertained me; articles from the last few days. 2.

What has distracted me from
working whilst dunking my plain chocolate oaties into a
frothy cup full of Columbia’s  finest export.

As usual, links do NOT equal endorsements or even views. 

Many of my post links are from the USA. I find they are excellent at informing
me on so many subjects and are regularly ahead of the curve when it
comes to the particular topic of discussion.They frequently address a
subject that is highly relevant to the UK but has yet to be broached in
any meaningful form on this side of the Atlantic. The depth of the
articles are also highly commendable.

In Search of Uber’s Unicorn Slate
The ride-sharing service says its median driver makes close to six figures. But the math just doesn’t add up.
Droning on: Yes Drones / UAV’s made the news in the last week via BALPA; where is the governments lead on this? A foreign football ball stadium has already been infiltrated by a drone as well as the UK. Weaponising these ‘ toys ‘ is only a matter of time.

The latest OK Go video is amazing. Would it have been legal in the United States? Vox

A Hidden Camera Reveals How Women Are Constantly Harassed on the Street  Slate

‘ If you don’t get it after watching this video, the problem isn’t just the guys caught yelling at Roberts. The problem is you. ‘

It appears to be almost an all Slate week thus far . . . I nearly replied about Twitlonger until I saw page 2.

How to Fix Twitter Slate
One simple solution would make the social network less toxic.

How Could Quantum Physics Get Stranger? Shattered Wave Functions MotherboardFilling in those blanks of history

The Plight of Cambodia’s Khmer Krom Community The Diplomat

Ethnic Khmer from South Vietnam are seeking an apology and recognition, to little avail.

The Case against Commodities and Emerging Markets Behavioral Macro