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Recommended Reading: Watching football without cable

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Recommended Reading highlights the best long-form writing on technology and more in print and on the web. Some weeks, you'll also find short reviews of books that we think are worth your time. We hope you enjoy the read.

Unbundling: Beginner's Guide to Football without Cable
by Joe Ovies
WRAL Sports Fan

As football season approaches, live sports remains a stumbling block for fans who are eager to cut the cord. If you're looking to examine your options ahead of kickoff, this piece takes a look at the current state of streaming in regards to both college and NFL action.

Uber is Serving New York's Outer Boroughs More than Taxis Are
FiveThirtyEight Staff

The rift between NYC and Uber rages on, but now there's some real data about the rides Uber is providing the city's boroughs.

How an Analog Photo Company Can Thrive in an Instagram Age
John Paul Titlow, Fast Company

Most photos snapped today are captured with a mobile device. However, Lomography is working hard to offer retro-styled film gear.

What Went Wrong with 'True Detective' Season 2?
Sean T. Collins, Rolling Stone

Reactions to the recently completed season of True Detective were mostly negative. Rolling Stone tries to make sense of where the show went off course.

It's Not Easy Making Green: Why the 'Sesame Street' Deal Hurts Parents More Than Kids
James Poniewozik, Time

Did this week's HBO/Sesame Street news throw you for a loop? You're not the only one. And now, parents will likely suffer most.

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