Matt Waldman’s Reads Listens Views (March 1, 2019)

Matt Waldman’s Reads Listens Views is back and devoted to a short list of recommended reads, listens, and views for 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 it.

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


Dolphins Seem to Use Toxic Pufferfish to Get High – Somebody call Jeff Sessions and cast him in a parody of Moby Dick.

Do Not Disturb: How I Ditched My Phone and Unbroke My Brain

Scientists turn CO2 ‘back into coal’ in breakthrough capture experiment: New technique could help future removal of harmful greenhouse gas from atmosphere


I feel pretty good about this week’s RSP Cast on the NFL Combine, Character Assessment, and Intelligent Testing. Check it out!

New Orleans music is distinctly American music. It’s also funky as hell and the Meters embody it.

Pretty daman good band from the 70s that I never heard of until last week. Thanks, YouTube…


Close up of a humpback whale (not a blue whale) breaching the surface…

H/T to Austin Lee, a former Pixar employee, and current Footballguy.

This door at 6 Rue du Lac in Brussels, Belgium that was designed by the architect Earnest Delune is great craft. (H/T to Keith Overton)

Thomas Jorion’s fumbles of crumbling palaces and their abandoned grandeur.

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