7 Stories to read this weekend: Labor Day Edition

It is unseasonably hot this weekend in San Francisco Bay Area. Climate Change? Seems like and that's
7 Stories to read this weekend: Labor Day Edition
By Om Malik • Issue #44
It is unseasonably hot this weekend in San Francisco Bay Area. Climate Change? Seems like and that’s all anyone can talk about. For me it is a 65 degree variation from a couple of days ago when I was in Alaska walking across a glacier. I am beating the heat by  reading, writing  and of course editing my photos. For you, I have 7 stories to read, though one of them is a bit self-serving! 

When you wonder, “what time is it” this is what happens. I am facilitated with time and this story was insightful. 
Now this what I call a rally. What a great adventure. And a riveting read. 
I never thought I would read this story in Outside magazine, but I am glad I did. 
Dancer, courtesan, spy? On the centenary of her execution, how much do we really know about the woman behind the legend? Aeon magazine takes a look.
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David Reich’s genetics lab unveils our prehistoric past, reports Ron Rosenbaum. A very educational piece.
With  two billion monthly active users it is hard to get away from Facebook. And that is the problem. 
My conversation with “Change is good” author & Wired magazine co-founder Louis Rossetto, where he talks about the Internet, its impact & its immense opportunities.
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