Elsewhere for March 5, 2017

You should read this for 3/5/2017: Big data and politics means money, death served cold, read more, think more, do more, digital monks, she reads way more than he does,  and scones.

Robert Mercer: the big data billionaire waging war on mainstream media “With links to Donald Trump, Steve Bannon and Nigel Farage, the rightwing US computer scientist [Robert Mercer] is at the heart of a multimillion-dollar propaganda network.”

Slain SEAL’s dad wants answers: ‘Don’t hide behind my son’s death’. Not surprisingly, he’s being mostly ignored by the man who casually decided to send men to their deaths, over dinner, with inadequate advice, for a mission of very little value or point.

Ken Norton of Google Ventures on How I Read More Books. Norton notes that “I read 61 books last year and it was easier than I thought.” Norton offers specific suggestions, and a link to another really interesting piece on Warren Buffett’s reading habits.

The Monk Who Saves Manuscripts From ISIS Father Columba Stewart of the Hill Museum & Manuscript Library

Notice the headline she’s noticing.

You guys, my friend is on the same plane as Hillary Clinton. Zoom in on the title of the article she’s looking at. pic.twitter.com/356oE9uT0s

— J👏🏻O👏🏻H👏🏻N (@thelastwalt) March 3, 2017

And in case you»re wondering, the paperback book Ms. Clinton is reading is Murder on St. Nicholas Avenue by Victoria Thompson.

Cream scones easy, and delicious. And it’s that kind of weather.

💩🔥💰Trumpery💩🔥💰

Obama Administration Rushed to Preserve Intelligence of Russian Election HackingSaving data before it’s deliberately lost.

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