Every Friday I point you towards some recommended reading around the blogosphere:
1.I was blown away by Steve Jobs’ (new to me) commencement speech at Stanford University a few years back. (Hat tip: Quiet: The Power of Introverts)
2. Over on Mother Jones, here’s the best journalism job listing ever.
3. British education secretary Michael Gove caught a lot of flack for suggesting that all children should read at least 50 books a year. Here’s The Daily Telegraph‘s tongue-in-cheek response, in which they list *not* the 50 books you must read before you die. Love the Pride and Prejudice entry.
4. My former Politics Daily colleague Julie Moos has a really moving post on her personal blog called 5 Years Later, I’m Still Here.
5. Finally – and I hope that non-subscribers can access this as well – here’s Anthony Lane’s very funny preview of the 2012 Oscars in The New Yorker.
Have a great weekend!