Sunday Links: February 16, 2014



Here are this week’s links.


On poetry, politics, horror, and the ways that we make sense of them. [The New Yorker]


Entrepreneurs on what makes a city appealing to them. [The Atlantic]


A connection between electrical currents in the brain and math performance? [The Wall Street Journal]


The nature of gentrification is changing as even yuppies find themselves displaced by big, global capital. [The Observer]


In a surprisingly engaging piece, a recent Harvard grad takes an in-depth look at the problems with romantic life for today’s college students. [Cosmopolitan]


The relationship between the N.S.A.’s data programs and American lawyers. [New York Times]


A few large European banks are about to have their dirty laundry aired. [Bloomberg]


President Obama is facing a serious budget problem. [The Hill]


In the wake of talks, there is little progress in Syria. [BBC]

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