Matt Waldman’s RSP: Reads (August 17, 2018)

Matt Waldman’s Reads Listens Views is back in a slightly new form. This post is devoted to recommended reads of the week. 


If you’re new to the Rookie Scouting Portfolio blog, welcome.  Every Friday, I post links to pieces that I’ve found personally compelling or to content I hope will eventually scratch that itch when I get around to reading it.

You may not like everything listed here, but you’re bound to like something.


Kroger Launches Autonomous Grocery Delivery Service in Arizona: Same-day delivery will be available for a flat $5.95.

I have a friend who will either be delighted about this idea or think it’s another indication that it’s the beginning of the end (you know who you are…) Link.


“Natural” Birth-Control App Dogged by Unwanted Pregnancies Gets FDA Approval

Body temp is unreliable for birth control, but FA approval clears way for similar apps. Or as I say, money talks, the ovaries don’t care what it says. Link.


Could Jaws Hold the Key to an Unsolved Murder Case?

The victim in a cold case was apparently an extra in the movie. Link.


Why Friday the 13th Creates Peculiar Bargain — and How to Take Advantage


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