October 3, 2022

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The Feminist Case For Paternity Leave [HP]

Chicago's 'Cloud Tax' Raises The Cost Of Streaming Videos [NPR]

It’s Not the Hours We Work, but the Energy We Put Into Them [DealBook]

We totally thought Barry Melancon had been CEO of the AICPA since the beginning, too.

The Death of Golf [Men's Journal]

Beanie Babies creator Ty Warner's sentence is upheld [CT]

Dear customers: That Minion isn't cursing. Sincerely, McDonald's [Reuters]

The Death of the PC Has Not Been Greatly Exaggerated [Wired]

How I Broke Through My Own Mediocrity [Lifehacker]

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