weekend reads {Oct 29&30}

Hello and welcome back to another edition of weekend reads, which is made possible by Pocket (not sponsored, just obsessed). In case you didn't know, Pocket is the app of every commuter's dream. Simply save links from your phone or browser and they'll populate for offline reading. 

I had the craziest week at work, accidentally concussed myself at a team outing to TopGolf and injured my knee running. BUT, it's the weekend and Halloween is on Monday so I can't complain. While you're sipping bloody margaritas, and doing makeup for your costume, try out some of these reads!

Anyways, if you think Ed Snowden had a complicated backstory, meet the twisted world of Julian Assange (WikiLeak Founder). [Buzzfeed]

And speaking of internet and leaks, did you know basically the ENTIRE internet is protected by 14 people? Honestly, though. [Business Insider]

In the most ironic story of the week, a Trump supporter in Iowa was arrested for voter fraud. [Vox]

If you're in the world of marketing + advertising, you know your job title is more often than not a combo of three jobs in one. Welcome to the art of the hyphen.  [Adweek] 

Bloggers, we all love SEO + Search. But do you know it's history? [HubSpot]

Ladies, have you ever felt uncomfortable in the work place? We've all been there. But there are more females in positions of power than ever before. [The Atlantic]

ICYMI: Chipotle has pulled the plug on ShopHouse. And I'm crying. Final shutter date is TBD. [Washington City Paper]

...for all the other social media marketers out there, a great piece showing how dark social happens so you can explain it to your co-workers! [Simply Measured]