“The idea that the poor should have leisure has always been shocking to the rich.” I̲n̲ ̲P̲r̲a̲i̲s̲e̲ ̲o̲f̲ ̲I̲d̲l̲e̲n̲e̲s̲s̲ By Bertrand Russell 
Relating literature of the past to current events. Universal Basic Income, Autonomation, AI & the future of "work". If this is inline with your interests, or not, I hope you enjoy the read.
The newest novel from Haruki Murakami!
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Library book dumping signals a new dark age (Com)
Vladimir Nabokov, The Art of Fiction No. 40 (Theparisreview)
How eBooks lost their shine: 'Kindles now look clunky and unhip' (Theguardian)
Cormac McCarthy Explains the Unconscious (Newyorker)
'Zen And The Art of Motorcycle Maintenance' Author Robert M. Pirsig Dies At 88 (Npr)
Torching the Modern-Day Library of Alexandria (Theatlantic)
On The Pleasure Of Rereading - Déjà lu (Co)
The mountains, the books, a place of rest and reading: A Colorado couple’s quest to create a land library (Denverpost)
All 339 Books Referenced In "Gilmore Girls" (Buzzfeed)
Mathias Énard’s Compass Is the Antidote to Europe’s Islamophobia (Newrepublic)
Margaret Atwood: Haunted by The Handmaid's Tale (Theguardian)
Ted Chiang’s Soulful Science Fiction (Newyorker)
Dystopian dreams: how feminist science fiction predicted the future (Theguardian)
Life Is "Triggering." The Best Literature Should Be, Too. (Newrepublic)
Gabriel García Márquez’s Formative Reading List: 24 Books That Shaped One of Humanity’s Greatest Writers (Brainpickings)
The Transformative Effects of Reading + Elon Musk's Reading List (Envato)
Life Lessons from Goethe (Newyorker)
The long, steady decline of literary reading (Washingtonpost)
ShelfJoy - All the books Aaron Swartz loved, hated, wrote and blogged about (Shelfjoy)
The History of “Loving” to Read (Newyorker)
How many books do you read in a year?
"A little life": yay or nay?
Singapore Exchange Limited (SGX), along with the Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS), have successfully tested the use of blockchain technology for tokenized assets settlement, according to a SGX release issued Sunday, Nov. 11.