3. Farhad Manjoo with spectacular photos of New York City at night.
4. Yikes: The credit-default swaps market thinks the probability of a Greek default within the next five years is nearly 80 percent.
5. Matt Rognlie, the MIT grad student who took on Piketty with convincing arguments about the elasticity of capital-labor substitution.
7. A colorful visualization from the WSJ on how the Fed's forecasts have evolved: